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Post by claud39 on Mon Nov 18, 2019 7:24 am

Electricity: 2500 MW annual increase in demand


18/11/2019





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Economy News - Baghdad:

The Ministry of Electricity announced that the demand for electricity is increasing annually 2500 MW.

The spokesman for the Ministry of Electricity, Ahmed Moussa, in an interview with Iraqiya channel, and followed by "economy news", "The demand for electricity is increasing annually 2500 megawatts, and this is a major challenge."

He stressed that "the Ministry of Electricity demands to amend its law, in order to provide service to informal areas and new informal areas."

He added that "administrative reform in the electricity sector, including the transfer of powers from the minister to the general managers."  

He pointed out that "the electricity sector is one of the winning sectors in the world, but in Iraq is considered a loser because the electricity is supported by 94%."



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