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    Electricity reveals the development of a five-year plan to raise production to 44,000 megawatts

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    Electricity reveals the development of a five-year plan to raise production to 44,000 megawatts Empty Electricity reveals the development of a five-year plan to raise production to 44,000 megawatts

    Post by rocky Sun Jun 19, 2022 8:35 am

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    Baghdad - conscious - Fatima Rahma
    Today, Sunday, the Ministry of Electricity revealed the development of a five-year plan to raise production to 44,000 megawatts, while referring to the operation of electric stations operating on solar energy .
    The representative of the Minister of Electricity, Abdul-Wahhab Muwaish, said, in a speech during the Sixth Energy Conference, which was attended by the correspondent of the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "in the eighties of the last century, Iraq reached integrated self-sufficiency in the production of electrical energy in all governorates of the country, where production reached to 9000 megawatts.
    He continued, "There was a five-way link project with neighboring countries through Basra, but due to the blockade that lasted more than ten years, production began to decline, due to the lack of spare tools and companies that must establish electrical projects, and to secure spare parts, production reached 3600 megawatts."
    He added, "After the year 2003, more than 4 or 5 contracts were concluded for the construction of large generating stations, but they were not implemented due to the complications in the memorandum of understanding."
    He pointed out, "Since 2003, the production was 3600 megawatts in all of Iraq, and from that time until 2014, the ministry directed the implementation of projects through grants from the United States, Japan and the United Kingdom, and gas stations were established on the basis of which gas stations were established and contracts were signed with General and Siemens to implement them." .
    He stressed, "The ministry was able to add 10,000 megawatts until 2014 and implement many large projects, including the Wasit plant project," explaining, "due to the lack of financial allocations, a decision was taken in the Council of Ministers to encourage investment, as the focus before 2014 was on production projects only without Development of power stations and transmission and distribution sectors. 
    He continued by saying: "A signing was made between stakeholders in Baghdad and the southern provinces of Basra and Al-Amarah and investors to produce 10,000 megawatts, and during this period it was used to provide its allocations for expanding transmission and distribution networks," noting that "what the ministry produced in August of last year 2021 amounted to 21,145 megawatts. And demand continues to increase in Iraq.
    He stated, "The ministry has drawn up a plan that includes the types of energy sources and funding sources, and has developed a five-year plan to increase and dispose of energy through the transmission and distribution sector, and to reach the design capacity of 44,000 megawatts in the year 2025."
    He pointed out, "Agreements and understandings have been reached regarding support for the issue of energy, as well as the method of marketing between the Gulf Interconnection Authority and electrical production, and a memorandum of understanding was signed with Saudi Arabia to give 1,000 megawatts as a first stage to reach energy exchange."
    And he indicated, "The connection with Saudi Arabia has a peculiarity because the frequency value of the two electrical networks differs between the two countries, where Saudi Arabia is 60 hertz and Iraq is 50 hertz." 
    He stressed, "Currently, two lines have been connected with Turkey, the 132KV line through Dohuk, and the second line through Mosul is 400KV."
    He pointed out, "The energy produced today is 20,500 megawatts, and the rate of lost energy due to gas shortages per day is from 1,500 to 2000 megawatts," noting that "Iraq is now completely dependent on Iranian gas, due to the lack of Iraqi gas extraction."
    He explained, "The problem of not securing payments to the Iranian side regarding gas, came as a result of not approving the budget, which made the latter reduce the gas payments coming to Iraq, which led to a reduction in electricity production in the investment zones and an increase in the rate of energy loss."
    He noted, "The ministry has a plan to establish large secondary stations through loans from banks, as four large secondary stations, each with a capacity of 1000 MPI, were established in the southern region." 
    He stated, "The number of lines in Iraq 400 KV is 81 lines with lengths of 5534 km, and the number of other lines is 653 lines with a length of more than 15,600 km."
    He stressed, "The ministry started a plan to rehabilitate the networks by raising the excesses while providing stations, transformers and secondary stations for distribution," explaining that "the major obstacle in the ministry is the lack of financial allocations and the lack of sufficient fuel to operate the stations."
    He pointed out that "Iraq until 2025 remains highly dependent on fossil fuels, after which solar energy enters the plan by adding 750 megawatts to the national grid as the first stage," explaining, "Some solar power plants entered in a simple way, and two days ago a solar plant was operated in the Fayhaa field." through a Chinese company.
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