Kathmandu. Nepal Electricity Authority has resumed electricity export to India from Saturday.
According to the authority, the export to India has started due to the increase in the flow of water in the river and the increase in electricity production.
India exported 100 megawatts of electricity on Saturday. With the onset of pre-monsoon, the flow in the river has increased and the production has reached around 1300 megawatts, according to the authority.
Now the authority is ready to export more electricity only after checking the condition of the transmission line for a few days. The authority said that it exported about 7 rupees per megawatt on Saturday.
After the onset of winter, the authority stopped the export of electricity to India from December 3.