Kurdistan Region provides Kirkuk with 100 MW of energy and the province aspires to 250


The Electricity Distribution Department in Kirkuk announced that the company “Almasa” invested in the Kurdistan region with 100 megawatts of electricity to the national network of the province.

The director of the Department Rashid Mahdi in a press conference held today in Kirkuk that the province obtained an average of 500 – 550 megawatts of energy 100 of them from the investor in the Kurdistan Region, saying that the investor must provide the province an average of 250 megawatts.

He added that the investor agreed to provide that percentage of energy after contacts and efforts made with the Kurdistan Regional Government, which had cut off energy from the province after the events of 16 October last year.

Mahdi said that the Federal Ministry of Electricity will work to secure the full quota of the investor in Kirkuk, which is 250 MW.

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