Fast procedures to solve the problem of power outages
27/5/2018 12:00 am
[rtl]Including the introduction of new transmission lines and the increased operation of generators
Nasiriyah, Hazem Mohammed Habib, Diwaniyah, Sabah, Karbala and Ali Liftah
Local administrations in the provinces rushed to take urgent measures to solve the problem of the deterioration of the electricity supply, especially with the expansion of demonstrations demanding the solution of this problem and the marked increase in temperature.
Karbala was set up in Karbala to build a power transmission line from Al Khairat station to equip the governorate with sufficient electricity. The local governments in Diwaniyah and Dhi Qar have prepared work plans to complete the implementation of suspended electricity projects, The construction of a transmission line for electricity supply between Al-Khairat station and the city of Karbala was included in the projects of the Ministry of Electricity and the local government, but the lack of cash liquidity of up to 750 Million dinars has prevented its implementation during the past period.
He added that the province suffers from a shortage in the processing of electricity in the summer, especially Karbala is a tourist city frequented daily thousands of visitors from inside and outside the country, as well as the visits of millions, and therefore need the electric power beyond what is allocated by the Ministry of Electricity.
Shahristani pointed out that the technical and engineering staffs in the Husseiniya and Abbasid thresholds started implementing this line, which is 14 kilometers long and provides the province with about 400 megawatts, which means feeding the province directly from Al Khairat Station which produces more than 1250 MW.
He pointed out that the project will be completed in the coming weeks, noting that the hours of cutting exceeded the 18 hours a day with the inability of the authorities responsible for the development of a program for civil generators to suit the hours of extinguishing electricity. Natural demonstrations
For his part, said the governor of Karbala Aqil Turaihi for "morning": The demonstrations that took place in the province is normal, and was the result of what happened from the low hours of power supply, especially during the final exams for the end grades and universities, as well as high temperatures during the holy month of Ramadan .
He explained that the ministry's justification was not convincing to the masses and we support them in what they demanded to provide services, stressing that the security services have done their duty to protect the demonstrations, calling on the Ministry of Electricity to take responsibility for this file and not to take urgent decisions and deliberate.
Al-Turaihi criticized what he called the individual and arbitrary measures practiced by the ministry against the director of Karbala electricity distribution branch, stressing the refusal of the Karbala local administration for this measure because it came individually without reference to the local government as provided by the provincial councils law.
In turn, the director of oil products distribution company branch of Karbala Hussein al-Khursan, the Ministry of Oil agreed to increase the amount of processing oil gas product for civil generators at the rate of five liters per one KVA and the price subsidized by the government of 400 dinars per liter, Next to be 15 liters instead of 10 liters per KVA.
He pointed out that the Energy Committee in the province agreed to increase the operating hours of generators, which was six hours compared to five thousand dinars per amp, to be from 1 pm to 4 am. Energy conservation plan in Diwaniyah
In Diwaniyah, Governor Dr. Sami al-Hasnawi revealed to Al-Sabah that a series of quick decisions were taken to improve the electricity supply in line with the observed increase in temperature, including the increase in electricity supply in the governorate center and Sunni areas. Which includes the privatization project to cut off the programmer up to two hours cut for four hours of processing, as well as strengthen communication with citizens to find out their problems related to this problem, through the formation of an expanded committee takes on the responsibility to continue the field monitoring work in the center and districts and areas of the province.
Hasnawi called on the Ministry of Electricity to take appropriate measures against the company implementing the project to privatize electricity because it did not comply with the terms of the contract with the ministry on improving electricity.
It should be noted that many areas of the province have experienced during the past two weeks problems in the electricity supply was the lack of hours of processing and irregularity. Procedures to complete the Naseeriyah pipeline In general , the local Dhi Qar government blamed the Ministry of Electricity for increasing the number of hours of power cuts. The head of the provincial council Hamid al-Ghazi after presiding a meeting of the Council in the presence of directors of the electricity departments: The Ministry of Electricity bears the responsibility to increase the hours of power cuts that the province is witnessing today, despite promises made by the rehabilitation of the electricity system and increase the number of hours of processing, Preserve with summer and high temperatures.
He pointed out that the governorate has decided to complete the Naseeriyah downstream line and complete the projects that were stopped by the ministry because of the financial crisis.
Al-Ghazi pointed to the formation of an official delegation from the local government to meet with the Minister of Electricity to discuss the share of the province, giving speciality to the province of Dhi Qar because it records the highest temperatures in the world.
In addition, the technical assistant in the Council of Dhi Qar Hassan and Ryoish, said that the province has witnessed during the past two days a clear decline in the processing of power supply coinciding with high temperatures.
He added that the provincial council demanded during its session the equitable distribution of electricity between the provinces and take into account the high temperature, indicating that the share of Dhi Qar does not exceed 600 MW, which is enough to run 11 hours out of 24 hours a day, while working before that period running 16 Hour out of 24 hours when the atmosphere was good.[/rtl]
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