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Post by RamblerNash on Wed Jun 12, 2019 12:18 am

Khatib: Electricity produced in Iraq is sufficient to provide 20 hours of operation per day

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11/06/2019

Economy News _ Baghdad

Iraqi Electricity Minister Loay al-Khatib said on Tuesday that the lack of adequate electricity supply to some areas is due to problems in transmission and distribution lines.

"The amount of electricity produced in Iraq currently is sufficient to provide a minimum of 20 hours per day for most of the country's provinces, but the problem lies in transmission and distribution lines and not production," Khatib said in a press statement.

He explained that the war on terror affected the system, destroying 25 percent of production capacity, 18 percent of the transmission lines along with distribution networks that were destroyed in four provinces, which weighed heavily on the system in general.

He added that the problems of transport and distribution needs to infrastructure and large civil work, noting that the establishment of smart networks for the country from north to south requires large amounts of up to about 20 billion dollars to develop distribution networks only.

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