[size=36]In support of Iraq's needs, General Electric unveils a plan to transform the energy sector[/size]
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General Electric announced, on Sunday, the integrated energy sector transformation plan, which combines its comprehensive strategies to enable Iraq to foresee the future supported by cleaner energy sources.
"The plan includes a number of main pillars that support the Iraqi government's goals to develop infrastructure," said Abdul Rahman Khalidi, chief technology officer of GE Gas Energy in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, during the activities of the Iraq Reconstruction Conference, which was held in the capital, Baghdad. to the energy sector in the country, and to enhance decarbonization efforts and diversify sources of power generation to end the electricity crisis.”
He added, "The company has constantly focused on supporting and developing the energy sector infrastructure in Iraq using comprehensive solutions, starting with securing financing to advanced technologies."
He explained that "it is therefore of paramount importance today to stimulate efforts to shift towards cleaner energy systems that yield three main benefits for the country, starting from the use of diversified sources of energy to meet the growing demand, and fulfilling decarbonization commitments by exploiting the most efficient gas and clean energy resources, to laying the foundations for A stable architecture that delivers safe, reliable and cleaner energy for the future."
Khalidi pointed out that "these benefits formulate the ambitious strategy of the transformation plan for the energy sector in Iraq, and embody the most comprehensive approaches to the energy sector and cover all solutions that Iraq can benefit from."
And he indicated that "the plan lays out a strategic set of solutions and technologies designed in a special way and supports the endeavors to decarbonize the unique energy sector in Iraq, starting from high-efficiency gas turbines and world record holders and modernization solutions to fast and flexible air derivatives, where the General Electric team can Which includes a group of local and international experts, to transform decarbonization efforts into a tangible achievement in Iraq." Ended 29/A 4