Due to hot weather in Karachi, the power shortfall increased from 250 MW to 400 to 500 MW.
According to a spokesman for Electric, the average power supply in the last 24 hours is 2,700 MW, including an average of 1,000 MW from the national grid.
The spokesman said that the increase in heat has led to an increase in demand for electricity, all of which is related to the power crisis at the national level, mainly due to fuel shortages and a sharp rise in global fuel prices. is also.
The spokesman of Electric said that at present the shortfall in Karachi has increased from 250 MW to 400 to 500 due to which load shedding is being carried out at night. Due to non-supply of natural gas, 2 power plants are closed.
He further said that no unannounced load shedding was taking place anywhere in the city and there was a schedule of load shedding on K Electric’s website.