New Power Plant for Dohuk

The Kurdistan Region’s director for electric power generation said a new 125MW electricity power plant will get underway in Dohuk province in the next few days.

Diyar Baban told AKnews that he expects it to “considerably” reduce the Region’s power deficiency.

Kurdistan demands 2,200 MW whereas currently all its plants can output nearly half of the volume, 1,200 MW, according to Baban.

The Kurdish electricity officials announced in December 2010 the construction of three new hydro-electronic plants for the Region will get underway in March.

(Source: AKnews)

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