[size=36]GE President: We are working to increase production capacity in Iraq to 3,000 MW[/size]
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Energy giant Joseph Anis said on Wednesday that his company was working to increase its network capacity in Iraq by 3,000 megawatts.
"The latter received the CEO of GE Energy Joseph Anis and his accompanying delegation," the media office of the Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, said in a statement received by Mawazine News. "The meeting was attended by the prime minister's adviser."
"The importance of the strategic partnership between the Iraqi government and General Electric Company to find comprehensive solutions to secure the electricity of citizens and benefit from modern technology and renewable energies," he said, pointing out that "Iraq expands to international companies and investment opportunities available to the experience and large companies to provide services to the Iraqi people in all fields Primarily electric power. "
"It is important to cooperate with GE to develop and improve energy."
For his part, the President of the General Electric Company, "Ijaza on the progress of the strategic projects implemented by the General Electric, including the linking of several secondary stations in different provinces of Iraq to help to break the bottlenecks this summer and summer and the progress of work in the projects of Samawah and Dhi Qar, Zubair station, in addition to the new projects under contract, which will increase the capacity of the network in Iraq by 3000 MW.
He reviewed "the projects that are discussed in the framework of the road map for the development of electricity, which covers projects in all governorates of Iraq, and provides training and employment opportunities for citizens throughout the country."