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Post by claud39 on Sun Nov 08, 2020 9:21 am

General Electric completes four electrical stations in three governorates




11/08/2020





General Electric completes four electrical stations in three governorates 24136



Economy News _ Baghdad



The Director of Operations at General Electric Company for Power Grid Solutions in Iraq and the Gulf, Mohammed Bennoudi, announced, on Sunday, that the coming weeks will witness the introduction of four substations in three governorates.

Bennoudi said in a statement received by Al-Iqtisad News, that “these stations were distributed in two in the capital, Baghdad, and one in each of Basra and Karbala,” indicating that the company's teams continue to work and with the support of the Ministry of Electricity’s staff and the Iraqi companies supporting in light of the Corona pandemic The highest safety standards to maintain our employees and staff working on substation projects.

The Director of Operations at General Electric added, "These four stations will contribute to the distribution of electricity from the producing stations to the cities and will work to break bottlenecks and increase the stability of the network, which will positively affect the increase in the hours of supplying electrical energy."

Bennoudi indicated that "the teams are continuing to work on five other substations, two in Mosul and one in each of Karbala, Salah al-Din and Anbar, as they will be brought into operation during the next year to be ready to distribute energy during the hot summer months in Iraq."



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