Top Provinces with Highest Electricity Consumption during Tihar

Last updated on 2022-01-27
Top Provinces with Highest Electricity Consumption during Tihar

Tihar, a five-day-long Hindu Festival also known as Deepawali (The Festival of Lights). The festival has been marked as the lighting of Diyo from the early days and has been changing ever since. Electricity consumption has been rising in the present days as people have moved on from the early Diyo to the modern electric lights for lighting their homes. Here are the top provinces with the highest electricity consumption in Tihar.

*The ranking is done based on data collected from NEA Annual Report 2020/2021.

7. Province 6

Province 6
Image Source: The Kathmandu Post

Province 6, otherwise called Karnali Province has an all-out space of 27,984 square km which is around 18.97 percent of the all-out land space of the country making it the biggest region of Nepal. This area has a significant degree of food frailty, inferable for the most part to rice utilization. As indicated by the 2011 Nepal enumeration, the number of inhabitants in the region was 1,570,418, making it the most un-crowded territory in Nepal. The province has total electricity consumption of 54,421 Mega Watt Hour.

  • Sales Unit : 54421
  • Total Number of Customers : 108205
  • Revenue in Thousands : 535411

6. Province 7

Province 7
Image Source: Aarthik News

Province 7, also known as Sudurpaschim province, is the westernmost of the seven provinces, with 19,515.52 square kilometers, or 13.22% of the country's total land area. Godawari has been designated as the province's capital by the parliament. The province itself is further divided into nine districts administrated by the head of the District Coordination Committee. The province has a total electricity Consumption of 2,67,983 Mega Watt Hour.

  • Sales Unit : 267983
  • Total Number of Customers : 285306
  • Revenue in Thousands : 2289524

5. Province 4

Province 4
Image Source: The Kathmandu Post

Gandaki province covers a total area of 21,504 square kilometers, accounting for 14.57 percent of the country's total area. According to the most recent census, the province's population was of a total of 2,403,757 people. The province of Gandaki is named after the Gandaki River. The province's main river is the Gandaki river, this river has important historical Hindu civilization connections. The total amount of electricity consumed by the province is 4,67,093 Mega Watt-hour.

  • Sales Unit : 467093
  • Total Number of Customers : 402706
  • Revenue in Thousands : 4506051

4. Province 1

Province 1
Image Source: Radio Kantipur

The province has a total size of 25,905 km2, accounting for 17.5 percent of the country's total area. The province, which has its headquarters in the industrial city of Biratnagar, also comprises Damak, Dharan, Itahari, Inaruwa, and Birtamod, as well as many mountains like as Everest, Kanchenjunga, and Ama Dablam. During Tihar, Province 1 utilized a total of 12,08,689 MegaWatts of power.

  • Sales Unit : 1208689
  • Total Number of Customers : 858961
  • Revenue in Thousands : 11441878

3. Province 2

Province 2
Image Source: Rising Nepal Daily

Province 2 is the second-most populated province and the smallest in terms of land area. It is bounded to the east by Province No. 1, to the north by Bagmati Province, and to the south by India. It covers 9,661 km2 (3,730 sq mi), or roughly 6.5 percent of the country's total area. According to the 2011 Nepal Census, it has a population of 5,404,145 people, making it Nepal's most densely inhabited province. Because of its population, this province consumes a lot of power. During Tihar, a total of 15,10,914 Mega Watts of power are utilized.

  • Sales Unit : 1510914
  • Total Number of Customers : 941535
  • Revenue in Thousands : 13855775

2. Province 5

Province 5
Image Source: Ministry of Health and Population

Province 5, commonly known as Lumbini Province, is a holy pilgrimage destination named after Gautam Buddha's birthplace. The province covers a total size of 22,288 square kilometers, accounting for around 15.1 percent of the country's total area. Deukhuri was proclaimed the province's capital by a unanimous vote. The province has a high level of ethnic variety, including ethnic groupings like Tharu, Magar, Newar, and many others. Lumbini has the second-highest power usage, with 15,18,233 Mega Watt.

  • Sales Unit : 1518233
  • Total Number of Customers : 840075
  • Revenue in Thousands : 14417335

1. Province 3

Province 3
Image Source: The Kathmandu Post

Province 3 (Bagmati) encompasses a total of 20,300 square kilometers, or around 13.79 percent of Nepal's total land area, making it the country's fifth-biggest Province. Province 3 is also the most populous of the seven provinces, with Hetauda as the province capital. Because of the large population, there is a wide range of cultures and languages. This heavily populated province also has a strong need for supplies, resulting in increased electricity use. As a result, the total amount of power utilized during Tihar is 22,49,814 Mega Watt.

  • Sales Unit : 2249814
  • Total Number of Customers : 1091623
  • Revenue in Thousands : 23951253

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Province 6

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Province 7

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Province 4

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Province 1

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Province 2

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Province 5

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Province 3

7. Province 6

Province 6
Image Source: The Kathmandu Post

Province 6, otherwise called Karnali Province has an all-out space of 27,984 square km which is around 18.97 percent of the all-out land space of the country making it the biggest region of Nepal. This area has a significant degree of food frailty, inferable for the most part to rice utilization. As indicated by the 2011 Nepal enumeration, the number of inhabitants in the region was 1,570,418, making it the most un-crowded territory in Nepal. The province has total electricity consumption of 54,421 Mega Watt Hour.

  • Sales Unit : 54421
  • Total Number of Customers : 108205
  • Revenue in Thousands : 535411

6. Province 7

Province 7
Image Source: Aarthik News

Province 7, also known as Sudurpaschim province, is the westernmost of the seven provinces, with 19,515.52 square kilometers, or 13.22% of the country's total land area. Godawari has been designated as the province's capital by the parliament. The province itself is further divided into nine districts administrated by the head of the District Coordination Committee. The province has a total electricity Consumption of 2,67,983 Mega Watt Hour.

  • Sales Unit : 267983
  • Total Number of Customers : 285306
  • Revenue in Thousands : 2289524

5. Province 4

Province 4
Image Source: The Kathmandu Post

Gandaki province covers a total area of 21,504 square kilometers, accounting for 14.57 percent of the country's total area. According to the most recent census, the province's population was of a total of 2,403,757 people. The province of Gandaki is named after the Gandaki River. The province's main river is the Gandaki river, this river has important historical Hindu civilization connections. The total amount of electricity consumed by the province is 4,67,093 Mega Watt-hour.

  • Sales Unit : 467093
  • Total Number of Customers : 402706
  • Revenue in Thousands : 4506051

4. Province 1

Province 1
Image Source: Radio Kantipur

The province has a total size of 25,905 km2, accounting for 17.5 percent of the country's total area. The province, which has its headquarters in the industrial city of Biratnagar, also comprises Damak, Dharan, Itahari, Inaruwa, and Birtamod, as well as many mountains like as Everest, Kanchenjunga, and Ama Dablam. During Tihar, Province 1 utilized a total of 12,08,689 MegaWatts of power.

  • Sales Unit : 1208689
  • Total Number of Customers : 858961
  • Revenue in Thousands : 11441878

3. Province 2

Province 2
Image Source: Rising Nepal Daily

Province 2 is the second-most populated province and the smallest in terms of land area. It is bounded to the east by Province No. 1, to the north by Bagmati Province, and to the south by India. It covers 9,661 km2 (3,730 sq mi), or roughly 6.5 percent of the country's total area. According to the 2011 Nepal Census, it has a population of 5,404,145 people, making it Nepal's most densely inhabited province. Because of its population, this province consumes a lot of power. During Tihar, a total of 15,10,914 Mega Watts of power are utilized.

  • Sales Unit : 1510914
  • Total Number of Customers : 941535
  • Revenue in Thousands : 13855775

2. Province 5

Province 5
Image Source: Ministry of Health and Population

Province 5, commonly known as Lumbini Province, is a holy pilgrimage destination named after Gautam Buddha's birthplace. The province covers a total size of 22,288 square kilometers, accounting for around 15.1 percent of the country's total area. Deukhuri was proclaimed the province's capital by a unanimous vote. The province has a high level of ethnic variety, including ethnic groupings like Tharu, Magar, Newar, and many others. Lumbini has the second-highest power usage, with 15,18,233 Mega Watt.

  • Sales Unit : 1518233
  • Total Number of Customers : 840075
  • Revenue in Thousands : 14417335

1. Province 3

Province 3
Image Source: The Kathmandu Post

Province 3 (Bagmati) encompasses a total of 20,300 square kilometers, or around 13.79 percent of Nepal's total land area, making it the country's fifth-biggest Province. Province 3 is also the most populous of the seven provinces, with Hetauda as the province capital. Because of the large population, there is a wide range of cultures and languages. This heavily populated province also has a strong need for supplies, resulting in increased electricity use. As a result, the total amount of power utilized during Tihar is 22,49,814 Mega Watt.

  • Sales Unit : 2249814
  • Total Number of Customers : 1091623
  • Revenue in Thousands : 23951253

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Province 6

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Province 7

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Province 4

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Province 1

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Province 2

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Province 5

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Province 3