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    Iraq plans to benefit from the "sun"... Prices and lack of interaction hinder clean energy

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    Post by Rocky Wed Jan 03, 2024 6:51 am

    Iraq plans to benefit from the "sun"... Prices and lack of interaction hinder clean energy
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Member of the Parliamentary Services and Reconstruction Committee, MP Baqir Al-Saadi, revealed today, Wednesday (January 3, 2024), a comprehensive government strategy to enhance the prospects for solar energy in Iraq.
    Al-Saadi told "Baghdad Today", "Solar energy has begun to take a large part of international attention, especially since it can contribute to compensating a portion of the electrical energy of homes and circuits at peak times, with the possibility of transforming it into a productive sector that can relieve pressure on large areas of the country." ".
    He added, "The Sudanese government is studying the implications of a comprehensive strategy to enhance the prospects for using solar energy according to three dimensions, by facilitating the access of panels and batteries at reasonable prices and seeking to support the concept of clean energy in departments and institutions, while beginning to finance 3 important projects nationwide that will see the light in 2024." .
    Al-Saadi pointed out that “prices and lack of interaction with solar energy are two reasons that hinder its acquisition, even though it can solve the electricity crisis at good rates in the summer seasons, especially since the country’s atmosphere is conducive to production,” pointing out that “other axes will be activated in the coming months in support of expanding the production circle.” Electricity comes from solar energy, especially in the countryside.”
    Iraq, which suffers from the deterioration of its infrastructure following decades of conflicts and chronic corruption in public administrations, needs more than 32,000 megawatts to cover its needs, but the country’s electrical power stations produce only about 24,000 megawatts. According to estimates by the Ministry of Electricity.
    Despite this need, renewable energy remains underutilized. Iraq enjoys more than 3,000 hours of sunshine out of 8,700 hours a year. At the same time, “more than 98% of Iraq’s electricity” is produced by “fossil fuels,” according to a World Bank report.
    At the governmental level, Iraq aspires to secure a third of its electrical production from renewable energy sources by the year 2030. Baghdad has signed several agreements to build solar energy plants, which are still waiting to become a tangible reality.
    Within two years, Total Energies seeks to deliver the “first part” of its solar energy project in Iraq, which has a production capacity of one thousand megawatts. In 2021, Baghdad also signed an agreement with the Emirati company “Masdar” to build five solar energy plants with a production capacity of one thousand megawatts.
    To encourage residents to install solar energy systems, the Central Bank of Iraq announced in 2022 the allocation of one trillion dinars (about 750 million dollars) to secure subsidized loans for the private sector, including homes and private companies.
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