In countries like Pakistan, power load shedding is common and is experienced almost every season for a few hours.
But it is unimaginable in developed countries, but the UK will face several hours of load shedding every day this winter.
The warning was issued by the UK’s National Grid.
The warning said that if gas supplies were cut off by Russia and the weather in the UK turned very cold, household customers would experience up to 3 hours of load-shedding per day.
The initiative aims to reduce energy consumption by 5% and consumers will be notified a day in advance of load shedding.
The plan would require the approval of King Charles.
The National Grid said some customers would be without electricity daily for an indefinite period of time in the event of gas supply shortages.
According to this institution, power plants will have to plan for load shedding due to electricity imports from Europe and gas shortages.
According to the sources, in the winter Britain may face a situation that was not even imagined in the past.
According to National Grid, gas and electricity prices are likely to continue to rise during the winter.