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    Solar energy...an ideal solution to a "dilemma" that has exhausted Iraqis

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    Post by Rocky Tue 10 Oct 2023, 3:00 pm

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Tuesday (October 10, 2023), energy expert Bilal Khalifa outlined the steps for the success of solar energy in Iraq, while noting the limited promotion of it despite its importance.
    Khalil said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “solar energy is important and the rates of demand for it in the world are constantly increasing because it is environmentally friendly and does not emit pollutants and is sustainable in the first place, not to mention other positives, such as the production of megawatts through it is much lower compared to traditional production from solar energy.” Through thermal or gas stations,” he pointed out that “it collides with the fact that peak production is set during the day, unlike at night, in addition to the need for batteries, which leads to increased costs, especially for home production.”
    He added, "Iraqi government departments consume approximately 4,000 megawatts per day, and through solar energy, it is possible to reduce consumption at very high rates and reduce loads to a certain limit," indicating that "Iraqi governments have already contracted with 5 international companies, including Chinese and Emirati, to establish stations." Solar energy to produce approximately 7 thousand megawatts.
    Last March, Oil Minister Hayan Abdul-Ghani announced that Iraq had contracted a new solar energy project with a capacity of 1,000 megawatts, as part of the government’s goals to invest in and benefit from this energy, according to what was reported by the official news agency. 
    The minister did not clarify any details regarding the party that will implement this project, especially since Baghdad has been negotiating for two years with the Saudi company ACWA Power to implement a 1,000 megawatt project in Najaf Governorate, in addition to a similar project, contracted with the French company Total Energy.
    Last August, the Minister of Electricity, Ziad Ali Fadel, announced that his ministry had finished overcoming the obstacles facing the Emirati company, Masdar, to begin implementing and building a number of stations, similar to Total Energy and Power China. 
    The electricity and energy expert pointed out that “energy can be transferred to the household dimension by adopting contexts and providing solid companies capable of creating high-quality systems, while granting loans to those wishing to acquire them, with the presence of devices capable of marketing surplus production to the national system in case of surplus, which creates a dimension.” "An economy capable of reducing financial burdens and creating a balance that leads to increased demand," pointing out that "the promotion of solar energy in Iraq is limited, although it is an important solution and can create a qualitative shift in dimensions towards sustainable energy free of any pollutants."
    The government of Muhammad Al-Sudani plans to add about 10,000 megawatts of renewable energy to the national electricity grid by 2025, with the aim of reducing dependence on fossil fuels and reducing emissions. 
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