To fulfil the increased demand of electricity during summer season, National Transmission and Dispatch Company Ltd (NTDC) is all set to overcome the system constraints on identified 500 and 220 kV grid stations across the country. A 250 MVA transformer has been added in 220 kV Ghazi Grid Station. This will end overloading of system besides providing uninterrupted power supply to LESCO consumers with improved voltage level. NTDC has planned the System Constraints Removal plan consisted of three phases. In the first phase, a 450 MVA transformer has been added. It will energize at 500 kV Jamshoro grid station in January 2020. This will overcome the system overloading during minimum power generation of Wind Power Plants (WPPs). The expansion work on 500 kV Bhikki-New Lahore transmission line, 220 kV Ravi-Lahore transmission & 220 kV Ravi-Shalamar transmission line is also in progress to be completed in shortest possible time. NTDC has already managed to resolve the constraint issues successfully in Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Faisalabad. With the addition of a 750 MVA transformer at 500 kV grid station Rawat, it provided smooth power supply to IESCO consumers of Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Chakwal without overloading of the system.