According to reports released on Monday, the power situation across Punjab, particularly Lahore, has worsened as the overall electricity shortfall hit 700 megawatts.
Load shedding has begun in Punjab, according to sources, as the electricity shortfall has reached 700MW. The power plants are suffering from a furnace oil shortage, which is affecting their productivity.
The Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO) is now experiencing a 700MW power shortage, resulting in 2 to 3 hours of load shedding in urban sections of Punjab and unannounced load shedding in rural areas.
The load shedding duration in the province could increase in the next days, according to LESCO officials, because to the increase in the atmosphere.
During Sehri, Iftar, and Taraweeh times in Ramazan 2022, there will be no load shedding.
The Power Division has determined to have 0% load-shedding on specific Sehri, Iftar, and Taraweeh prayer timings across the country ahead of Ramazan 2022.
According to source, the Power Division has requested demand and supply data from all power distribution firms in order to develop a strategy for 0% load-shedding during Ramazan 2022.