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    Gulf Electrical Interconnection Authority: Next month, we will start working in southern Iraq, and i

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    Post by Rocky Thu 02 Feb 2023, 6:00 am

    Gulf Electrical Interconnection Authority: Next month, we will start working in southern Iraq, and it will be a gateway to Europe
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    Baghdad today - follow-up
    The CEO of the Gulf Electrical Interconnection Authority, Ahmed Al-Ibrahim, revealed today, Wednesday, that next week the electrical interconnection contracts will be signed in southern Iraq, and work will begin next March, while he indicated that Iraq will be a gateway to exporting electricity to Europe.
    Al-Ibrahim said, in statements reported by the Saudi newspaper, Al-Riyadh, and followed by “Baghdad Al-Youm,” that “Iraq embraces many investment projects at the present time, as there are many companies implementing projects inside Iraq,” denying “the existence of security concerns regarding the completion of the electrical interconnection project with Southern Iraq Network.
    He pointed out that "the Gulf Electrical Interconnection Authority was keen to contract with Iraqi companies to deal with the obstacles," stressing in the same context that "the Interconnection Authority has secured the necessary liquidity to complete the electrical interconnection project with southern Iraq according to the specified timetable, in addition to contracting with Iraqi companies that have great experience in the implementation of projects in Iraq.
    Al-Ibrahim said, "Next week will witness the signing of contracts for the implementation of the electrical interconnection project with southern Iraq."
    He expected that the implementation of the project would take 24 months, and 500 megawatts would be transferred to the Iraqi side in the first phase, and the quantities of energy would be raised according to the capacity of the electrical network in southern Iraq, especially since The electrical interconnection project with southern Iraq is capable of transmitting energy by 1,500 megawatts.
    And he indicated that "all Gulf countries are working to develop renewable energy sources (solar energy - wind energy), pointing to the existence of huge projects for the production of renewable energy in the Kingdom, as it aims to reach 50% of renewable energy by 2030, in addition to the rest of the GCC countries, while the Sultanate of Oman is 30% in 2030, and the rest of the other countries range between 10% - 20% by 2030, as renewable energy currently constitutes between 10% - 15% in the Gulf electrical interconnection network.
    With regard to the export of Gulf electric power, he explained that the first energy export process outside the Cooperation Council of the Republic of Iraq is about 500 megawatts, considering the export project to Iraq as a first step, followed by steps represented in linking central And northern Iraq to Turkey and then reaching the European continent to export electric power. .
    He stressed that "all countries of the Cooperation Council build electrical stations to keep pace with the increasing demand during the summer," pointing out that "the percentage of decline in demand for electricity energy during the winter by 50% - 60%, and this percentage represents the surplus during the winter season, as this period is considered suitable for exporting electric power to Europe, which raises the interest in investments in electric power.
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