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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Jul 30, 2020 9:43 pm

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electricity worker. "Internet"
 
07/30/2020

Economy News - Baghdad:

The general manager of electric energy production in the Kurdistan region, Diyar Baban, announced that the electricity that the central government will purchase will be from the investors in the Kurdistan region and will not affect the hours of energy supply in the provinces of the region.

Baban said in a press statement seen by "The Economy News", that "the electricity that Baghdad will buy will not affect the hours of energy supply in the region," noting that "the production of electricity in the Kurdistan region is currently more than 3150 MW."

He added, "The supply of citizens in the provinces of the Kurdistan region will not be affected if the Baghdad government purchases electricity from Kurdistan."

And between, "The electricity that the Baghdad government will buy is not (national), but rather will be purchased from investors and companies," noting that "the amount of electricity that Baghdad will purchase is 450 megawatts."

Baban indicated that "Baghdad will buy from the units of energy production that are suspended due to the lack of fuel to operate them, and Baghdad will pay the money allocated for the fuel in exchange for receiving the energy."

The Minister of Electricity, Majid Mahdi Hantoush, announced on Tuesday (July 28, 2020), to start importing energy from Kurdistan and Turkey, to supply the Iraqi provinces during the next two days.

"Iraq suffers from a shortage of electricity during the summer days," Hantosh said during a speech in the presence of Deputy Adnan Al-Zarfi and Governor of Najaf Loay Al-Yasiri.

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