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If power voltage rises above the standard voltage, it is likely to damage the electronic equipment.
It can step down power voltage from 115-kilovolts to feed 69-kilovolt lines on the area network.
Responding to some of the issues, Mohibullah Khan said that he held a meeting with chief executive Peshawar Electric Supply Company (PESCO) to flag the issue of long-hours and unscheduled power outages besides highlighting problem of low power voltage in the area.
About 10 components, including wires, an electric censor, and a power voltage converter were found to have been imported from five countries, including China and European nations, the report said, without disclosing all of their names.
Since power voltage levels in automobiles can vary during operation, especially during startup, to ensure reliable operation, on-board electronic systems utilize voltage detectors to monitor power levels and provide a dependable reset signal.
TEPCO said the problem also disrupted injection of nitrogen gas into containment vessels of crippled reactors for preventing hydrogen explosion, but it resumed about 50 minutes later as the power voltage recovered.
These technologies will be implemented to eliminate the factors in causing power voltage impacts in the distribution grids and fluctuations in power frequency when large volumes of renewable energy with weather-dependent tendency are added to a power grid.
The supergrid, which will run along the same route as the existing grid, is capable of addressing Nigeria's future energy challenges, including a transition to more sustainable energy sources, creating a reduction of power loss per transmitted megawatt, and improving power voltage profiles across the country.