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Government talk about introducing solar energy into electricity production soon

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Government talk about introducing solar energy into electricity production soon Empty Government talk about introducing solar energy into electricity production soon

Post by rocky Sat 10 Jul 2021, 1:54 pm

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi said, on Saturday, that the government is working to introduce solar energy into electricity production soon.
Al-Kazemi said during his visit to the Ministry of Electricity, according to a statement by his office, "We adopted a policy of multiple sources of electricity export to Iraq and search for many ways to produce electrical energy that do not depend only on gas."
He added, "We are working to introduce solar energy into electricity production in the near future," stressing that "we have a problem in the sector of distribution and transmission of electrical energy. Parliament deducted funds that were allocated for electricity in the budget, and we hope that the electricity sector will not turn into an arena for political and electoral struggle."
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