(Worthy News) – Lebanon’s power provider has said that the country is at risk of a “total and complete” power cut by the end of the month unless more fuel supplies are received.
The state-run Electricite du Liban (EDL) said on Thursday that fuel acquired in a recent deal with Iraq was only enough to provide about 500 megawatts of power — well short of the country’s monthly needs.
“The network already experienced total power cuts across the country seven times and if this continues there is a high risk of reaching total and complete power cut by the end of September,” EDL said. [ Source: MSN (Read More…) ]
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