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[size=16]Baghdad / Al-Mawrid News
Today, Sunday, the Ministry of Electricity announced the registration of an unprecedented production of electrical energy exceeding 24047 megawatts.
A statement by the ministry stated that "its national staff, under the direct supervision of the Minister of Electricity, Adel Karim, achieved an unprecedented production of the electric power system, which reached 24047 megawatts, which is the highest production load that the system has reached since its establishment, and that there is high and remarkable stability to equip citizens with electricity."
The ministry added, according to its statement, "We worked hard and started reaping the fruits of the efforts of our working staff, who worked day and night, despite security, economic and financial challenges, and the decline and rise of national gas and resource emissions, and despite a health pandemic in which the heroes of the Ministry of Health were the first blocking line, and our angels were (first service line). ), to sustain the momentum of work and serve the citizens.[/size]
And he continued, "There is a permanently held operations room that has not left its meetings for months, and with direct supervision, follow-ups and field tours from the Minister of Electricity and Advanced Staff, high coordination with the central government, and great support from Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, the Mujahideen and heroes of the Ministry of Electricity continue their work to increase production and introduce Transmission lines to achieve sufficient availability that was not achieved before, rehabilitation of the distribution sector and an increase in the number of fixed and mobile substations.
She pointed out that "today, it achieved the highest production of the Iraqi electrical system since the date of its establishment, and with high stability," noting that "in the event of budgets being available, we would have implemented the short ceiling of the ministry's plan within one year, which was going by increasing and adding seven thousand new megawatts."
She pointed out that "it is hoped (in the coming days) to achieve a higher increase in production by introducing a number of stations and production units to be more than 1,000 new megawatts, by adding the Salah al-Din Thermal Power Plant, Rumaila Compound, Maysan Compound, and Shatt al-Basra."
It affirmed the continuation of its plans to introduce combined cycles and cooling systems in all gas stations, in addition to proceeding with projects of solar power plants, waste recycling, and electrical interconnection projects, which will achieve high reliability and great stability for the electrical network.
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