Iraq's Electricity Ministry has criticized the Iranian company Sanir [Sunir] for its alleged failure to complete the construction of the Sadr gas power plant in Baghdad, reports AKnews.
Ministry spokesman Musab al-Mudarres said that the complex still does not have distribution centers, control centers, management chambers and housing facilities.
"The Electricity Ministry did not fail to pay Sanir, so the company is responsible for the completion of the Sadr gas station," Mudarres said.
According to the Electricity Ministry, it allegedly opened the Sadr gas plant last April with an expected capacity of 320 MW and for $220 million USD (258 billion IQD). Somehow, Sanir still had to complete the plant after its opening.