[size=36]Parliamentary energy sets two conditions for resolving the electricity crisis in 2027[/size]
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a member of the Electricity and Energy Committee in Parliament, Hussein Al-Battat, said, on Wednesday, that the electricity problem in Iraq cannot be fully resolved before at least 2027.
Al-Battat said, "The largest share of electricity contracts went to the international companies Siemens and General Electric, in addition to the great interest of the Prime Minister in this file," noting that "if sufficient financial allocation is available for the electricity sector, with the companies' commitment to their full contracts with the ministry, we can Saying that the crisis can end completely in the year 2027.
He added, "The problem does not lie in production only, but there are problems in the transfer stations and transmission lines between stations and distribution," noting that "it is necessary to work uniformly and continuously in all of these sectors to end the crisis completely," according to the official newspaper.
Regarding the use of clean energy, Al-Battat explained that "this type of energy is a project of the current government, and in the future it will depend on electric energy produced from clean energy projects," adding, "At the present time, these technologies in Iraq have some problems that need time. Generation in it does not meet the need and needs large areas of land by relying on solar energy, and this means extending the grid with electricity for 6 hours during the day.
Al-Battat went on to say that "it is necessary to search for alternative additional energy sources in this direction to be a tributary to the national production, but it is not possible to rely on clean energy sources completely at the present time." Ended 29/N33