Lahore: The power crisis in the country is still going on. Shotfall could not be reduced and power generation was further reduced due to lack of fuel.

Sources in the Power Division said that the shortfall of electricity in the country has reached 6,580 MW and due to lack of fuel, the production of electricity has been further reduced to 19,420 MW while the demand for electricity is 26,000. More than megawatts.

According to sources, the power plants are not getting the full amount of coal and LNG for LNG deals but it is necessary to pay in dollars for the supply while fuel is not being supplied due to non-payment by the government.

According to the power division, power generation from hydropower sources is 4,916 megawatts. Government thermal power plants are generating 1,084 megawatts of electricity, and private sector power plants are generating 10,156 megawatts.

The power generation from solar 700 MW from wind is 112 MW. Power plants running from Bagas are generating 166 MW of electricity whereas power generation from nuclear fuel is 2274 MW.

It should be noted that load shedding is being carried out for 16 hours in different parts of the country at present.