For the purpose of building a 132/11 KV substation in Kavre, the land purchase procedure has begun.

Following the publication of a notice, the district administration office began the purchase procedure for the substation that would be constructed in Banepa Municipality-5. The notification asks the parties in question to submit a formal application within 20 days in order to obtain compensation for the homes and buildings.

It states that if the deadline passes without the application being submitted within the allotted period, it will be handled in accordance with the law. Up to 14 property parcels in the names of 16 individuals are set to be purchased.

The substation will be built to provide Kavre with power over the next 30 years. Due to a lack of infrastructure, load shedding is going to come to an end as a result of the substation’s development.

The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) is developing a strategy to address the issue of more consistent power supply and unexpected power outages in the districts of Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, and Kavre. Additionally, 66 KV, 132 KV, and 220 KV transmission lines and substations inside the valley will undergo structural rehabilitation, upgrading, and expansion. The authorities is investing 60 billion rupees to improve the system alone in the valley.

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