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Economic website: Iraq loses 58% of electricity production due to distribution problems

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Economic website: Iraq loses 58% of electricity production due to distribution problems Empty Economic website: Iraq loses 58% of electricity production due to distribution problems

Post by rocky Mon 03 Oct 2022, 5:14 am

Economic website: Iraq loses 58% of electricity production due to distribution problems

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Economy News-Baghdad
A report by the Eurasia Review website, which analyzes economic reports, confirmed that, despite the fact that Iraq is the second largest oil producer in OPEC, it still suffers from the chronic electricity problem in the country as a result of mismanagement and corruption in this sector. 
The report stated that "approximately 95 percent of Iraq's electricity generation comes from oil and natural gas, according to the International Energy Agency, and the use of natural gas has increased from 25 percent in 2016 to nearly 60 percent in 2020, while hydropower represents most of the remaining share of production electricity in the country. 
The report stated that, "According to the data, the peak of electricity supply in federal Iraq was 21 gigawatts for the year 2021, which is much less than the required capacity of 37 gigawatts needed to meet the demand in the height of the summer." 
He continued, "The available or effective production capacity is much less than the installed capacity due to poor transportation infrastructure, inefficient or damaged power plants, and the peak summer demand usually exceeds the actual generation." 
And he indicated that "distribution losses are still a problem in Iraq, from 2011 to 2020, the average distribution losses reached 58 percent of the total electricity supply in the country, which is a large percentage compared to the global average loss of 8 percent, which is a result of inefficiency on the network, poor system design, and high electricity theft rates. 
The report pointed out that "in addition to fixing this defect, Iraq needs to diversify sources of electrical energy and engage in the field of renewable energy, such as using solar energy and other clean energy sources to reduce pollution." 


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