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Breshna Sherkat urges to avoid power overload

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Breshna Sherkat urges to avoid power overload

Da Afghanistan Breshan Sherkat (DABS) called on Kabul residents to reduce their power usage in order to prevent power blackout during winter.

“If people continue using electric heaters in their homes, we will have to increase the power cuts,” said Head of Kabul Breshna Abdul Wakil Naseri.

He stressed that currently, Naghlo, Mahipar and Sorobi power plants provide 80 Megawatts of electricity to Kabul while 260 megawatts is being imported from Uzbekistan.
He believes that if the residents decrease their power usage between 5:00pm and 10:00pm – considered to be the peak hours – there will be no power cuts.

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  1. Alam
    Alam 7 December, 2012, 15:46

    It’s all corruption Breshna and MoPW are both center for corruption if these two Org..s had good and responsible management we wouldn’t have prob with power I swear if go to minister power’s home and breshna dir’s home they bob have uninterrupted 24 hours power supply . Is this justice? All afghans curse u MoWP and Breshna shirkat

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    • wadsam
      wadsam Author 7 December, 2012, 15:50

      I would tell you to sit back, take your time and compare Afghanistan’s power situation today with a couple years back. Today, 70% of Kabul have access to electricity. This should tell you how much DABS has achieved. But, power to you Sir! You have all the right to say what you want to say! 🙂

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  2. Alam
    Alam 7 December, 2012, 15:56

    Don’t forget we only talk about KBL power NOT all PROVINCES so according to public point of veiw nothing has achieved plz dnt call it achievement it is shame

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  3. Alam
    Alam 7 December, 2012, 16:06

    2 years back we had no complaints but now we are paying millions of afs for power to our nieghber countery if this purchased power is not enough for kbl how u can spread to other provinces ? so never try to throw dust in public eyes public is no more stupid

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    • wadsam
      wadsam Author 9 December, 2012, 04:21

      Some of your provinces have electricity if not all, security being the main reason why. Yes, millions of AFS are going to the neighboring countries, but those same freaking neighboring countries refuse to fix a cable when it is disconnected. DABS had to pay them to get the cable running over Amu-River fixed. Afghanistan would have been able to accomplish a better power system, had DABS’ former officials two years ago did half of the work DABS’ current officials are doing. As far as Ministry of Energy and Water is concerned, I think you are well aware of Ismail Khan’s reputation/power among the mass.

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