Baghdad - conscious - Muhammad Al-Talbi
Today, Monday, the Ministry of Electricity announced measures to introduce 4,500 megawatts of new power into the system, while indicating that it seeks to produce 25,000 megawatts this year.
The ministry's spokesman, Ahmed Musa, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the ministry will enter approximately 4,500 new megawatts of power into the system," noting that "the ministry seeks to reach 25 thousand megawatts."
He added, the existence of strategic lines linking the governorates, as well as the completion of the 400 lines of high pressure, and they will enter service on May 1, and it is among the preparations for the summer season.
He continued, "The ministry's efforts in the distribution sector are great in removing bottlenecks, changing the hours of transformers, creating feeders, installing mobile stations in some pregnancy centers and strengthening distribution networks," expressing his hope to provide the ministry with financial liquidity and fuel supplies for the stations to offer a different summer than last season.
Regarding the Chinese loan, Moussa stressed that "the Salah al-Din thermal station with a capacity of 1630 megawatts has entered work for the first obstetric unit with a capacity of 615 megawatts within the Chinese agreement, and it is supposed to enter the second obstetric unit in the coming months."
And he indicated that "there is work on the Anbar combined gas station and some transfer stations for electricity within the loan of the Chinese agreement."
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