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    The Minister of Electricity decides to stop vacations and delegations for maintenance officials

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    The Minister of Electricity decides to stop vacations and delegations for maintenance officials Empty The Minister of Electricity decides to stop vacations and delegations for maintenance officials

    Post by Rocky Sun 02 Jun 2024, 4:55 am

    The Minister of Electricity decides to stop vacations and delegations for maintenance officials

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Saturday (June 1, 2024), the Minister of Electricity, Ziad Ali Fadel, decided to stop leave and delegations for maintenance officials and put them on full alert to provide high-quality services to citizens, according to the Official Gazette.
    Earlier today, a statement by the Ministry of Electricity said, “The Minister of Electricity conducted an inspection tour late last night, Friday, to the maintenance centers in the areas of Hay Al-Amel and Al-Jihad, next to Al-Karkh in the capital, Baghdad, with the aim of seeing directly the performance of the working teams and the extent of their readiness to deal with... Emergency breakdowns.
    The ministry added, "The minister asked about the rate of malfunctions and the treatments followed," expressing "his dissatisfaction with some of the numbers and procedures that were reviewed."
    The Ministry pointed out that "Fadil directed the dismissal of the director of the Al-Amel neighborhood maintenance center due to the large number of malfunctions in his area of ​​responsibility and the weak response to addressing the defect," indicating that "quick response to maintenance requests and improving the efficiency of services are a priority during the summer months."
    The ministry quoted the minister as saying, “Any negligence in this aspect will not be tolerated,” stressing “the importance of remaining in a constant state of alert, and implementing the Prime Minister’s directives for managers to go to the field to directly supervise the work.”
    The day before yesterday, Thursday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani directed the Ministry of Electricity to mobilize its efforts at the height of the summer, while indicating that the silence of those responsible for the defect in the system is considered negligence or deliberate sabotage on his part.
    The Prime Minister’s Media Office stated in a statement, “Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani announced the opening and operation of 200 stations specialized in the transmission and distribution of electrical energy, as part of the first phase of a package of projects to resolve bottlenecks in the electricity transmission and distribution networks in Baghdad and a number of governorates.” During a television circle from the headquarters of the Ministry of Electricity, in the presence of the relevant general directors.
    The Prime Minister was briefed on “the current production levels in all operating stations,” noting “the importance of these projects to address the bottlenecks that the network suffers from at the governorate level, from Nineveh to Basra, and they will make a tangible difference in the system’s performance.”
    He explained, "The problems of electric energy do not lie in the process of producing and generating energy, but rather in the transportation and distribution sectors," noting that "the government confirmed its vision from the beginning to pursue several paths to solve the electricity problem. Projects for combined cycle and solar energy stations were launched, and a study is being conducted to establish New generating stations, and focus was also placed on removing bottlenecks in transmission and distribution.”
    He stressed that “the mobile stations that are currently operating do not represent a final solution to the problem of bottlenecks, as they are a temporary solution and could create a dangerous situation for the national network,” stressing that “efforts will be mobilized during the next three months, and that all technicians in the departments’ headquarters will go to the field sites.” ".
    He pointed to "the numerous complaints recently due to the large number of interruptions during processing hours, as he identified cases of inaction and negligence on the part of some maintenance and branch managers, and the large number of symptoms and interruptions will be a justification for exemption from responsibility."
    The statement noted, “The first phase of the package to resolve bottlenecks, which the Prime Minister announced its opening, included projects for super- and high-voltage electrical power transmission stations, with a number of 48 projects, with a new total capacity of 3846 MVA, as well as the establishment of high-voltage electric power transmission lines.” The super and high, with a total length of 1177 km, in addition to the construction of electricity distribution stations with a voltage of (11/33 kV), with a number of 152 stations, with a new total capacity of 5571.2 MVA, and it also included the construction of voltage feeders with a capacity of (11 kV). ) New stations to drain loads and solve bottlenecks with 1,101 feeders.
    The Prime Minister continued by saying: “This package of first-stage projects will give us a difference in performance, and will contribute to reducing losses,” noting that “wastes in the network cause waste of energy and public money.”
    He added, "We need a vision and a timetable to raise the temporary stations, until the national network stabilizes," noting that "there are daily outages in the 11 KV distribution feeders, causing citizens to become tired and complain, as a result of the many outages during the preparation time."
    He added, "The large number of holidays and outages is sufficient justification to exempt branch managers and maintenance department officials," noting that "the Council of Ministers supports the Ministry of Electricity, and sufficient allocations have been allocated, and powers have been granted to its officials."
    He stressed, "I will follow the electricity schedule daily in all governorates," pointing out that "there are sick souls carrying out sabotage operations within the system, because there are those who do not like the stability achieved in the country."
    He continued, "The silence of the person responsible for the defect in the system is considered negligence or deliberate sabotage on his part. The General Director of Distribution must leave his office and be present in the field, and the ministry's representatives must conduct continuous field tours."
    He concluded, "The peak summer season will be a platform for evaluating the ministry's performance.
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