07/20/2013 12:00 AM
An ad hoc committee: Parliament is moving to pass its national law
Baghdad, Omar Abdel-Latif
Iraq seeks to use renewable energy instead of producing over nuclear uses in a move aimed at achieving a breakthrough in this area.
They confirmed to the Commission on Higher Education and Scientific Research, the House was ready to pass a law of the National Renewable Energy.
In this regard, said a member of the Committee MP Riad Obaid al-Zaidi: "The use of nuclear energy in all countries are the uses is very good, but in the oil countries are not favoring the use of this type of energy to the presence of some of the waste and nuclear waste when used which requires burial in certain places, stores prepared for this purpose. "
Uninitialized for the use of nuclear energy
He said al-Zaidi told the "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network," that "Iraq is not formatted for use of nuclear energy and do not know how to use this energy, and where the buried waste, and where deposited, and how to hide it, and therefore there will be a significant negative impact in the country and future generations" , stressing that the use of nuclear energy where large caveats, as it could lead to fission in cells or injury cancers or birth defects in children, especially as the use of alternative energy and oil derivatives, is better than the use of nuclear energy and this is available and is in Iraq.
It is said that the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs Hussain al-Shahristani has recently announced that the government was considering the possibility of the use of nuclear energy in a variety of projects.
And between Zaidi that "most power stations in the world operate on gas, either in Iraq, the gas burn and go down the drain, warning that the Commission projects for renewable energy," he said, adding there is a desire and draws a real and serious to follow up on these things, and the House of Representatives is poised to pass this law.
The Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said the "too early to Iraq's use of nuclear energy, while pointing out that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will help Iraq to use energy to treat cancerous diseases and agricultural purposes, and the fight against nuclear contamination.
And the work of Iraq during the previous years to get rid of the rest of its past nuclear, chemical and missile coordination with international organizations, is also looking forward to the technical and scientific cooperation and the implementation of programs of scientific use of nuclear energy.
Turn, said Nora Albjara the member of the Committee on the economy and investment: "This law has been prepared since the previous session after being asked by members of the Economic Commission for formation of a renewable energy."
Requires huge amounts
She Bijari in a statement singled him (Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network), it is "and when you think this law should know that he needs to be large sums of money and enormous for the establishment of renewable energy projects, although possession capabilities and renewable energy must be exploited, but what is going through the country currently existing differences and administrative corruption can not activate such a law at this time. "
It showed that" the negative aspects of renewable energy it needs large amounts too to work out, as well as to work out lies in the specific areas that contain heights and ripples, "unexpected Ban be for Iraq a big future in this type of energy in the event of thinking about them in order to be a substitute for electric power. as MP Abdul Abbas Hammoud Al Xiaa renewable energy law as "important." Al Xiaa said the "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network": that "
This law was submitted by the committees of economy, investment, services and reconstruction Barlmanatin, but for the Oil and Energy Committee objected to it being involved in this matter as well. "MP Hassan Wahab has confirmed the absence of a draft law for renewable energy in Iraq, but there is a body found in the Ministry of Science and technology dealing with this subject.
Wahab said in a statement the "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network": that "research issues in Iraq, did not take the required course so that researchers can reach and through patents can apply these inventions found either by the government or foreign companies."
He cautioned that such studies and research can bring to Iraq or the researcher himself a lot of money and the government could help researchers in this direction, provided that there is a clear trend in the disbursement of these funds.
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