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    Electricity emphasizes adding 3,500 megawatts to the national grid, despite the scarcity of financia

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    Electricity emphasizes adding 3,500 megawatts to the national grid, despite the scarcity of financia Empty Electricity emphasizes adding 3,500 megawatts to the national grid, despite the scarcity of financia

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    Electricity emphasizes adding 3,500 megawatts to the national grid, despite the scarcity of financial allocations


     BAGHDAD / Munir al-Jubouri 

    The Minister of Electricity Qassim Fahdawi, on Monday, adding 3,500 megawatts to thenational grid since the beginning of 2016, and confirmed that it was to follow through lagging behind projects for years, as he pointed to theloss of a thousand other MW due to lack of necessary for maintenance of financial allocations. Qassem said :Fahdawi during a speech at the opening of the third power conference on the land of the Baghdad international Fair sidelines and attended (range Press), " the establishment of this exhibition and attending for the second time in a row , despite the challenges we faced, including the war against terrorism is makes us happy , " noting that "working in the Ministry of electricity are working continuously to repair the damage left by terrorism, has led to the fall of martyrs in their ranks. " He added Fahdawi," the second challenge facing the ministry is the scarcity of financial resources in the country, which was reflected in the ministry is measured, where the Ministry of Finance was unable to Exchange trillion dinars approved by the Council ofMinisters at the end of 2014 to the ministry, was intended to address the bottleneck in the transport, distribution and maintenance of production levels "sectors, pointing out that" the ministry has received only 10% of its budget for the year discount 2015 basically. " he stressed Fahdawi, that" the ministry has beenable to 2016 in spite of the lack of funds remember to add 3,500 MW to the national system through their experience , "revealing that" such an addition has been made ​​through 1500 MW of Basra, 500 MW each from the provinces of Maysan, Diwaniyah and Najaf, 500 MW will get from the province Diyala. " He continued Fahdawi, that" access to that outcome were to follow through and complete the projects have been stalled for years , "pointing out that" the national system lost during the current year approximately 1000 MW, due to the weakness of the necessary maintenance of financial allocations. "   turn announced the official spokesman for the Ministry of Electricity Dr. Musab teacher during the conference, " the exhibition was launched with theparticipation of the ministries of trade and industry and minerals, planning and water resources and authority of national investment and continue over four days."  He said the "participating companies represent America, Germany, Spain, Turkey and China , South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Iraq . " said the teacher," the Ministry of Electricity has offered many of the sites in the production sector to invest alongside the electric power distribution sector, and seeks, through the exhibition to attracted a lot of local, Arab and international companies seeking to invest in the electricity sector through holding contracts and agreements with those companies in order to work inside the country for the advancement of the national electricity system in thecountry. " the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity announced on Saturday (May 7, 2016), the agreement with the Ministry of oil on the formation of a joint higher committee to solve the problems between them and private obstetric units equipped with fuel, and whilst recognizing" its inability to overcome the growing gap between production and demand until the year 2018 ", is expected to be equipped this summer" better "than itspredecessor. the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi called on May 2 , 2016, to make efforts and take all measures to minimize the suffering of the citizens of electricity in the summer, and instructed certifying "Messaging" for the amounts allocated to the Ministry of Electricity and solving maintenance fuel problem plaguing, securing the generating units and transmission lines, and remove debris from the Najibiyah station inBasra. It is noteworthy that the Ministry of Electricity justified in, April 24, 2016, declining hours of processing to the loss of 6,500 megawatts because of delayed maintenance of the generating units of the scarcity of fuel and the lack of budget disbursement acts, stressing that it is coordinating with the Council of Ministers to launch allocations to address "bottlenecks" current. the Iraq suffers a shortage of electric power since thebeginning of the year 1990, but the past three years have seen an improvement in the provision of electric power after the opening of a number of power stations which (Zubaydiah in Wasit and good deeds in Karbala and Alhaidariya in Najaf and the station gas in Maysan and two stations in Diwaniya station al - Sadr in Baghdad, and stations Shatt al - Arab and Rumaila in Basra and the station gas in Kirkuk), where operating hours continue to about 20 a private hour with freezing temperatures while shrinking operating hours with high temperatures and increased loads on the power plants during peak times. in spite of the attainment of energy production in Iraq , about 12 thousand megawatts, but it is still below the level of ambition and the need, which amounts to more than 20 thousand MW for all parts of Iraq, which needs a huge investment to reach self - sufficiency.
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