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    Post by Rocky Tue 13 Feb 2024, 7:00 am

    Energy Committee: Iraq needs a production of approximately 40 thousand megawatts to provide uninterrupted electricity



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    Shafaq News/ Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Electricity and Energy Committee, Hassan Al-Asadi, said today, Tuesday, that providing electricity 24 hours a day without interruption in Iraq requires a production rate of up to 35-40 thousand megawatts continuously.


    Al-Asadi explained in a statement to Shafaq News Agency that the capacity of the Ministry of Electricity to produce energy reached 26 thousand megawatts last summer, and it is expected to reach 28-30 thousand megawatts this summer.
    Production stations in Iraq face a fuel obstacle, as the Minister of Electricity recently confirmed that supplying production stations with fuel is the biggest challenge facing the ministry.
    The Ministry of Electricity presented its plan for next summer to the federal government in Baghdad, which included increasing the rate of energy production at rates higher than last summer, in addition to presenting a group of projects and proposals to improve the reality of energy supply in the country.
    Iraq has been suffering from a chronic electricity shortage for decades, as a result of the siege and successive wars. Residents have been protesting for many years against the frequent power outages, especially during the summer, when temperatures sometimes reach 50 degrees Celsius.
    Iraq is holding discussions with Gulf countries, led by Saudi Arabia, to import electricity from them, by linking its organization with the Gulf system, after it had relied on Iran alone during the past years by importing 1,200 megawatts, as well as gas fuel to feed local electric power stations.
    Iraq also intends to import electricity from Jordan and Turkey, in an effort by Baghdad to fill the shortage, until power stations are built that are able to meet local consumption.
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