Latest Load Shedding Schedule of Nepal by NEA: All Group

Find here the latest new load shedding schedule of Nepal by Nepal Electricity Authority for all group like group 1, group 2, group 3, group 4, group 5, group 6 and group 7. This load shedding schedule contain for valley and out of valley. You can download these load shedding schedule too.

Effective from the date : 2073-02-07

Latest Load Shedding Schedule of Nepal by NEA: All Group

Nepal Electricity Authority is the public corporation of Nepal to have the highest number of employees. Nepal Electricity Authority is the public corporation of Nepal to have the highest number of employees.

Latest new Load Shedding Schedule of Nepal by NEA All Group

There are different forms of energy like electricity, natural gas, solar, wind, bio -fuel etc. Proper and regular supply of energy is vital for the economic development of a country. Nepal lacks in natural gas, and it hasn’t harnessed much of solar and wind energy. However, it has high potentiality for hydro power.

Various promotional and motivational measures have been adopted to involve private sector and community, in the generation and distribution of hydropower through Electricity Act, 1992. other policies of hydropower and periodic plans. image source

Electricity is one of the most important infrastructures of development It has many uses: lighting, heating, cooling, running fans, means of communication, machineries and so on. All communication facilities like telephone, radio, TV, internet, fax etc. depend on electricity. Other essential services like hospitals, nursing homes, banks, aviation, industries almost everything else depend on electricity.

Development work cannot be effectively carried out without electricity. Industries and factories need energy in the form of electricity. So we may calf electricity as the infrastructure of infrastructures of development. It has been an indispensable part of our life.


Electricity is generated through different means like water, wind, solar, diesel plant, nuclear plant etc. But, hydroelectricity is the most common, sustainable and cheaper source of electricity. A country like ours, where there are many fast flowing perennial rivers (about 6,000} has very high potentiality of hydropower. It is estimated that theoretically 83,290 Mega Watt (MW) of hydroelectricity can be generated in Nepal.

Apart from hydro-electricity, we should search for other alternatives to generate electricity. The bio-gas plant has become popular in rural areas for domestic use. Wind power has been used in a few places like in Kagbeni {Jomsom), Jumla etc. Similarly, use of the solar power for lighting and communication is also increasing.

Electricity was first generated in 1965 BS at Fharping in Nepal. Despite huge potentiality of hydropower generation, Nepal is going through long hours of load shedding. Instead of being able to export hydroelectricity, we have been importing it. We hardly generate 650 MW of electricity. Hardly 20% of our population has access to the electricity. Many of our industries are suffering from electricity crunch.

All we know that 2.5 crore MW is the probability of producing electricity in Nepal through Solar power. 83000 Megawatt watt electricity can be produced from water resources in Nepal.

In the TYP period of 2010-2013, the installed capacity of the power generation centres connected in the national electricity system has reached only 705 MW, out of which the share of Nepal Electricity Authority is 473 MW and that of private sector is 232 MW.

National transmission grid has covered 59 districts. In this period, against the goal of generation 184 MW of additional power, only 21 MW could be produced.

A number of donor countries and foreign agencies: Japan, World Bank, Asian Development etc have been helping in this sector. Currently, some large projects: Upper Tamakoshi (310MW), UpperMarsyangdi (70 MW), Chamelia (30MW), Upper Karnali (over 500MW), and KulekhaniTII etc hydropower projects are underway. Rural electrification programmes are also in operation. The government has been encouraging small hydro projects and private sectors as well.

Progress of transmission line expansion is discouraging where as that of distribution line is satisfactory.

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In this period, access to electricity has reached nearly 900 VDCs and an additional 700,000 customers have been benefitted from electricity. Nearly 50% of population has attained electricity in the national transmission grid and the per capita power consumption has reached 108 KW hour. Up to the year 2011, nearly 67% of population has received electricity services.

Government and national private capital will be mobilized in small and medium projects for constructing transmission lines and generating power for domestic consumption.

Private sector will be attracted in the construction of transmission lines and shares will be allocated to the local users also in huge hydropower projects. Power purchase rate will be reviewed to increase national private investment and on the basis of power purchase price, exclusive incentives and tax construction materials will be given.


According to the concept of sustainable energy for all, an action plan for easy access on energy, energy promotion and rise in efficiency and efficiency will be raised in the power
generation, distribution and utilization system.

Nepal Load Shedding Routine Group 1

Nepal Load Shedding Routine Group  2

Nepal LoadShedding Routine Group  3

Nepal LoadShedding Routine Group  4

Nepal Load Shedding Routine Group  5

Nepal LoadShedding Routine Group  6

Nepal Load Shedding Routine Group  7

People’s hydropower concept will be implemented by revising it on the basis of past experiences. People’s mobilization will be emphasized by adopting the necessary legal provisions and technical measures and programs will be implemented for the economic and efficient use of energy.

Necessary actions will be adopted for construction of underground distribution line in urban
areas and electrification will be expanded. Development of reservoir projects will be forwarded with full priority (minimum 30%) and a separate power purchase rate will be introduced for this cause.

Construction of additional 668 MW capacity hydropower projects will have’ been completed as well as construction works for an additional 584 MW will have been started, 400 k.m. of new transmission line will have been constructed, power leakage will have been dropped to 21%, per capita power consumption will have been increased to 140 KW per hour, population using the electricity from national electricity system will have reached to 65% and access to 3000 VDCs of Nepal, during the plan period.

Load Shedding Routine Kathmandu

Load Shedding Routine Bhaktapur

Load Shedding Routine Lalitpur

Load Shedding Routine Biratnagar

Load Shedding Routine Janakpur

Load Shedding Routine Pokhara

Load Shedding Routine Birgunj

The Leaders directed the relevant SAARC bodies and mechanisms to identify regional and sub-regional projects in the area of power generation, transmission and power trade, including hydropower, natural gas, solar, wind and bio-fuel, and implement them with high priority with a view to meeting the increasing demand for power in the region. The Leaders welcomed the signing of the SAARC Framework Agreement for Energy Cooperation (Electricity).

The estimated hydropower potential is 83,000MW. out of this estimated potential, 114 projects with a combined capacity of 45,610 MW have been identified as economically feasible. The recent estimate at 40% dependable flows for the run-of-the-rivers hydropower potential in Nepal stands at 53836 MW.

In one rivers, at many place, different amount, of electricity can be produced in Nepal. Can earn foreign currency by selling the hydropower as two giant country are also facing power crisis. Northern Himalayas continuously drain water. As Nepal is hilly country the water here flow with a speed rate which is appropriate for hydroelectricity production. Private sector are also attracted, foreign issues to invest in hydro can light the country.

Electricity was first generated in 1968 B.S. in Nepal with the continuous efforts of Nepal Government and some donor countries, organizations and even of local people. Now the electricity has reached in all 75 districts of Nepal. Mugu is the youngest district to get this facility. It’s possible when Agamgad Khola Hydro-electricity project got accomplished in 2068 B.S. Now, five VDCs of Mugu have been benefitted with the project. Geographical complexity, lack of transportation, lack of capital, instable government, etc. were the hindrances of electricity development in Nepal.


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