The host of NRG Camps will host a generator for the camping site at Duffy Lake Hvasu.
The generator is to be installed at the campgrounds on Sunday.
Rachel Campo Duffy said the generator will be installed by NRG on Sunday and will be activated on Monday.
“The generator is for the NRG campers to use as well as to run the power station,” she said.
The generator will also be used to power the NRGs generator for running the campground generators, she said, adding that the generator is a small one, measuring about 1.5 metres by 1.8 metres.
According to the NRg website, the generator can generate up to 5 kilowatts of power.
The NRG website also says the generator has a built-in cooling system and has an automatic shut-off feature when the campers are not at home.
This is the second NRG generator to be set up at Densu Lake Hvimu.
The first generator was installed at Duffsu Lake on May 20, 2019.
Duffy Lake is part of the Nangarhar province, which includes the Dukotan and Nangia mountains.
It is one of the world’s largest lakes, with a total volume of about 11.7 million cubic metres, according to the International Centre for the Study of Ocean Energy (ICESEE).
The lake was also named as one of seven World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 2013.
The lake is home to about 2,000 species of birds and animals, including a large number of bird species, such as the Great Auk in the Great Tanjung Mountain range.
The campgrounds are located about 200 kilometres east of the city of Qari Zainab, in the province of Sindh.