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    Siemens: Iraq needs 3 to 5 years to achieve self-sufficiency in electricity

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    Al-Sumaria News - Local News

    The head of Siemens Energy Company in Iraq, Muhannad Al-Saffar, expressed today, Thursday, the company’s readiness to replicate the Egyptian experience in Iraq by establishing 3 electricity generation stations with the latest international technologies, indicating that Iraq needs 3-5 years to achieve self-sufficiency in electrical energy.


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    Al-Saffar said, “The operation of the stations in Egypt made them the first in the world in the electricity sector, as they operate with a generation efficiency of up to 65%, and they operate with combined cycle technology and rely on natural gas to operate, with a capacity of 4,800 megawatts for each station,” noting that “one station It contributes to meeting 20% ​​of the total electricity consumption nationwide,” according to the official Al-Sabah newspaper.



    He added, "The final decision to replicate our experience with Egypt is up to the Iraqi state and government," expressing "the company's readiness to implement that experience in Iraq because it has the necessary work capabilities, as well as having great options, and such projects can be implemented."

    Al-Saffar pointed out that “the projects implemented in 2023 contributed to increasing electrical power last summer, after production reached 26,000 megawatts, expecting a greater increase during the current year,” according to the official Al-Sabah newspaper.

    He pointed out that "to achieve a qualitative shift and self-sufficiency, Iraq needs 3-5 years, by filling the current shortage in the electricity sector, which amounts to 14 thousand megawatts, by installing three stations with a capacity of 4,800 megawatts for each station," explaining that "the energy sector in Iraq is in the middle of the road." Meet the growing need for energy.

    The head of Siemens Energy in Iraq continued, “The Iraqi government has made great strides by implementing several projects, including converting stations into combined cycles, which is a very important project completed by the Ministry of Electricity and which will contribute in the coming years to significantly increasing electrical energy within Iraq.”

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