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In the midst of the economic crisis, the lights went off all over Pakistan, this is India’s position in the world

Pakistan, which is battling with the economic crisis, is facing new problems one after the other. Meanwhile, another new problem has been seen in Pakistan (Pakistan Economic Crisis) on Monday. Here in Pakistan, the power system has failed, due to which there has been a power failure in all the big cities of Pakistan like Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi.

The Ministry of Energy said that the frequency of Pakistan’s national range failed at around 7.30 pm on Monday evening. Due to this the power system has been affected due to which there has been a power failure. Repair work is going on. It has also been told in the media information of Pakistan that there is no electricity in many areas of Karachi, Lahore.

According to Quetta Electric Supply Company, two transmission lines from Guddu to Quetta tripped. It has been said that there is no electricity in 22 districts of Balochistan including Quetta. There is also news of power failure in many areas of Lahore and Karachi. the matter is being investigated.

Pakistan this month announced a new energy conservation plan as its fragile economy grapples with several challenges, including the country’s foreign exchange reserves falling to dangerously low levels.

India is the third producer of electricity in the world

The utility power sector in India has a national grid with an installed capacity of 360.456 GW as on 31 July 2019. Renewable energy plants, which also include large hydroelectric power plants, account for 34.86% of India’s total installed capacity. During the financial year 2017-18, the gross electricity generated by utilities in India was 1,303.49 TWh and in the period 2018-19 the total electricity generation (utility and non-utility) in the country was 1,561.1 TWh.

The gross electricity consumption during the 2017-18 financial year was 1,149 kWh per capita. India is the world’s third largest electricity producer and third largest consumer. In the financial year 2015-16, the consumption of electrical energy in agriculture was recorded as the highest (17.89%) in the world. Despite having cheap electricity rates, India’s per capita electricity consumption is low compared to other countries.

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