by Karen Faulkner, Worthy News Correspondent
(Worthy News) – Lebanon’s al-Zahrani and Deir Ammar power stations, in the south and north of the country respectively, have ceased operations due to the operating company’s financial debt, the Electricity Authority of Lebanon announced Wednesday evening.
According to Abu Ali Express, “Lebanon’s Central Bank refuses to approve additional credit to the Lebanese Electricity Company to operate the power plants, that is, without legislation backing such a move.”
It appears that Lebanon’s Central Bank is refusing to accept responsibility, demanding instead that Parliament deal with it, the report indicates. [ Source (Read More…) ]
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