Electricity equip Baghdad and the provinces with 3,000 megawatts: The transmission stations for Investment

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Since 08/31/2015 20:26 pm (Baghdad time)

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The spokesman for the Electricity Minister Mohammed Fathi, Monday, on the completion of 3,000 megawatts of electric power in the coming days and increase the number of operating hours for citizens in Baghdad and the provinces after the receipt of sufficient amounts of fuel to run most of the power stations.

Fathi said L / scales News / “The ministry forwarded a number of projects of construction of power plants to invest to improve the level of production and access to higher levels for the processing of citizens and increase the number of operating hours in all the provinces as part of the ministry’s plan.”

He said a spokesman for the Minister of Electricity “After cooperation with the ministries of oil and finance ministry completed will alone 3,000 megawatts of electricity and equipped by residential neighborhoods in Baghdad and the provinces equitably allocate and that continued cooperation will further improve the level of production of electric energy, especially after the entry of investment companies to Iraq.”

The “Electricity Minister Qassim Fahdawi confirmed that supply Iran with fuel for Iraq will maintain the improvement that occurred in the recent processing power in all regions of the country recently.”

It is said that “The Ministry of Electricity has signed investment contracts with a company to build the production of electric power stations, noting that the problem of overtaking on the share Baghdad by the southern provinces have been resolved, which led to an improvement in the level of processing in the capital,” .anthy / 29 / d 24



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