Electricity announces the introduction of about 2000 megawatts of energy into service

  • 10-05-2022, 21:21
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    The Ministry of Electricity announced today, Tuesday, the introduction of about 2,000 megawatts of power from the new lines, and confirmed that the Iranian side promised to supply gas in large quantities to Iraq.
    The ministry's spokesman, Ahmed Musa, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the ministry's staff worked to enter the strategic Rumaila - Khor Al-Zubair line yesterday," noting that "the line is one of the lines that take and give to the electrical network and will spend about 2000 megawatts."
    He added, "The line is one of the "Double Circuit" lines, which is responsible for stability and restore low voltages, and it will have a major role in stabilizing the electricity supply to all northern governorates and will link Basra Governorate with Maysan."
    He pointed out that "the ministry's staff worked during the past two days to introduce the line west of Baghdad - Haditha, and the line of Al-Khayrat Haidaria, then south of Baquba, Diyala, and also Rumaila Nasiriyah," explaining that "these lines have been disabled since 2013, and it return came after the alertness and great support of the prime minister, Mustafa Al-Kadhimi.