Saturday, January 14, 2012

Latest loadshedding schedule in Kathmandu, Nepal

*New: Now you can add Loadshedding Schedule to your Google Calendar! Add from the calendar below or goto http://bit.ly/LS_GrpN (replace N with your Group no.)


Latest loadshedding schedule in effect in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Update: Dec 16 Loadshedding hours increased! Now daily average ≈10hours (weekly 70.5hours) effective from December 17 / Poush 2 (Wed).


  • Load-shedding will take place on the given time inside the Kathmandu Valley and 5 minutes later outside the Valley.
  • Depending upon the condition, load-shedding could increase/decrease.


Also Follow @PowerCutAlert on Twitter for Power Outage Alerts approx 30mins prior to schedule


Official load shedding notice published by Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) (in Nepali)
(नेपाल बिद्युत प्राधिकरण द्वारा प्रकाशित आधिकारिक लोडसेडिङ्ग समय तालिका)



Calendar
  • No Electricity for print out - No problem
  • Think Green, why waste trees

Add the schedule to your Google calendar, get notifications for load-sheddings on your email or smart phones or SMS notifications to any mobile phones - all for FREE.

Moon phase time shown in UTC by default or shown in users calendar timezone while logged in with Google Accounts


Audio Notice Board
You can also dial at following numbers for Audio Notice Board for load shedding.
Note: It might cost you some talk time.
(Audio notice in Nepali Language only)


Group 1 : 1618070701011, Group 2 : 1618070701012, Group 3 : 1618070701013, Group 4 : 1618070701014, Group 5 : 1618070701015, Group 6 : 1618070701016, Group 7 : 1618070701017


Total Available Energy, Annual Power Demand and Peak Load Demand
Data: NEA Annual Report 2011, A Year in Review - FY2012/13
*Annual Total Power Demand approximated from Peak Load Demand x empirical co-efficient


Total power generated, in Nepal, from all resources amounts to 762MW (bulk purchase from India not included), whereas the peak load demand for year 2013/14 is estimated to stand at 1,271.70MW. aba ke garne ???

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Average weekly loadshedding hours - trend in Nepal

Unannounced "zero loadshedding hours" are not reflected in this graph.
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Rainfall and Load shedding trend More on Rainfall in Kathmandu >>

3 comments:

  1. Good one.
    The schedule flows all over, until the end of the year!

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  2. Sad but true. Yes! unless the new schedule is announced or some miracle occurs :(

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  3. nice style for load shedding schedule

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