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Iraq loses half of its electrical output within hours .. What happened?

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Iraq loses half of its electrical output within hours .. What happened?

Post by RamblerNash on Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:22 am

Iraq loses half of its electrical output within hours .. What happened?

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2 hours ago

The Iraqi national electricity system has lost 50 percent of the output of its plants, due to the departure of 5 lines for the transfer of electric power with high pressure from the service in the southern and northern regions, before being processed later.

The generation stations in the five lines of electric power transmission, namely Qadisiyah, Nasiriyah, Wassit, Amarah, Wasit to Nasiriyah, Rumailah to Nasiriyah and Kirkuk to Diyala were stopped.

The provinces of Basra, Dhi Qar, Maysan, Kirkuk and Ninewa were affected by this interruption. The incident was later processed, and all the members were entered in a "warning" situation until the system returned to normal.

The Ministry's efforts have begun to return these lines to the service, and thus to operate the obstruction stations that have stopped.

Three investigation teams were formed under the direction of the Minister of Electricity, Engineer Qassim Al-Fahdawi, to investigate the reasons for the separation of these lines.


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