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    Parliament promises Iraqis a “cold summer”: electricity supply will be different

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    Today, Monday (February 19, 2024), the Parliamentary Electricity and Energy Committee confirmed the improvement of electrical energy during the upcoming summer season, while indicating that there is great government interest in this file.
    Committee member Dakhel Radhi said in an interview with “Baghdad Today”: “Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani is very interested in the electricity file, and there is a government effort and great interest to succeed in this file, which has witnessed many major failures over the past years, despite the disbursement of huge sums of money.”
    Radi stated, “Electricity is clearly improving, and this matter has been felt by citizens in all Iraqi governorates. Therefore, the provision of electricity during the summer will be good and will differ from previous years in terms of supply hours. There will also be oversight of the work of private generators during this season to prevent any exploitation of the citizen.” ".
    A member of the Parliamentary Electricity and Energy Committee added, “The problem of electricity in Iraq is the production stations and transmission and distribution lines, in addition to the gas that operates most of the stations, and there is real work to rehabilitate and maintain many of the transmission and distribution lines, in addition to striving to make Iraqi gas the operator of the stations during the next stage.” .
    Yesterday, Sunday (February 18, 2024), Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani issued directives to the Ministry of Electricity to confront next summer.
    A statement from the Prime Minister’s Office received by “Baghdad Today” stated that Al-Sudani “chaired today a meeting devoted to discussing the Ministry of Electricity’s plan for the summer of 2024 and investment plans, in the presence of the Minister of Electricity, the advanced staff of the Ministry, and a number of advisors to the Prime Minister.”
    During the meeting, according to the statement, “the ministry’s projects being implemented were reviewed, the most prominent obstacles and problems facing the progress of implementation, and the proposals prepared for treatment, in a way that contributes to accelerating completion according to the approved time limits.”
    The Prime Minister directed that "the Ministry of Electricity's targeted plan be parallel to the fuel plan, whether imported or produced inside Iraq, as well as following up on work on the stations implemented through investment, and the number of stations that will enter service during the summer of 2024."
    Al-Sudani stressed "the necessity of making efforts to conduct comprehensive maintenance in electric power production plants and generation units, increase the total production of electric power, and work to remove bottlenecks in transmission and distribution operations, to face the challenges of the coming summer, ensure stable supplies to residential areas, and alleviate the burdens of citizens."
    Most Iraqi governorates suffer daily from frequent power outages that may reach 10 hours during the summer in some areas, and the matter is made worse by temperatures rising to 50 degrees Celsius during the summer.
    The frequent power outages in Iraq are due to the deterioration of the infrastructure, as well as Iraq's heavy dependence on gas imported from Iran, which repeatedly cuts off supplies, which increases the frequent power outages.
    To treat power outages, Iraqi stations need to produce 32,000 megawatts per day, but production is still far from that, even if it sometimes reaches 26,000 megawatts, according to data from the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity.
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