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    A Sudanese parliamentary proposal to exempt solar panels from customs duties

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    A Sudanese parliamentary proposal to exempt solar panels from customs duties Empty A Sudanese parliamentary proposal to exempt solar panels from customs duties

    Post by Rocky Fri 21 Jun 2024, 5:00 am

    A Sudanese parliamentary proposal to exempt solar panels from customs duties


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    Shafaq News/ Amer Abdul-Jabbar Ismail, a member of the House of Representatives and the former Iraqi Minister of Transport, proposed today, Friday, to Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani to grant a customs exemption on solar panels for generating clean electrical energy.
    This was stated in his blog on the “X - Twitter” platform.
    Solar panels and their supplies are expensive in Iraq, as they cannot be purchased and installed for the poor classes of society, let alone the middle classes.
    Since 2021, an increase in demand for solar energy systems has been observed, following a decision by the regional parliament in 2021 to reduce national electricity bills for solar energy users, according to a report published by Shafaq News Agency in 2023.
    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.
    The 43 million people living in oil-rich Iraq, which suffers from the effects of climate change, experience frequent power outages that may last up to ten hours on a daily basis, and the matter is made worse by temperatures rising to 50 during the summer.
    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.
    Despite this need, renewable energy remains underutilized. Iraq enjoys more than three thousand hours of sunshine out of 8,700 hours per year. At the same time, “more than 98% of Iraq’s electricity” is produced by “fossil fuels,” according to a World Bank report.
    Economic reports recently stated that Iraq is achieving advanced stages in building the “largest” solar energy station in Iraq and the Middle East region.
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