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Idlib Governorate receives convoy of electrical equipment and supplies to support work of the electrical grid

November 25, 2022
finance & economy

Idlib Governorate received today from the Ministry of Electricity a convoy of electrical equipment and supplies necessary to support the work of the electrical grid, and to renovate those affected by terrorism in the liberated countryside of the province, especially the areas of Maarat al-Numan and Khan Sheikhoun.

The convoy consists of 18 trucks and machinery, which are to be distributed according to priorities to the most needy sites and serve the largest possible number of people returning to their homes.

Minister of Electricity, Engineer Ghassan Al-Zamil, said in a statement to reporters that this convoy comes within the framework of government’s support to renovate the electrical system and improve and stabilize the electrical situation in the liberated countryside of Idlib Governorate.

In turn, the Director General of the General Corporation for Electricity Transmission and Distribution, Engineer Haitham Al-Maila, indicated that, within the plan of the Ministry and the Electricity Transmission and Distribution Investment Corporation, 18 trucks were sent to Idlib governorate carrying transformers of different capacities, towers and cables with the aim of restoring the reliability of the network and addressing the problem of overloads in the province.

For his part, the Director of the General Company for Electricity of Idlib, Engineer Mamdouh Abdo, pointed out that the support provided by the Ministry of Electricity constitutes a step on the way to the advancement of the electrical system in the liberated Idlib countryside in general, and the regions of Maarat al-Numan and Khan Sheikhoun in particular.

The Minister of Electricity was also briefed on the Tela’as 20-66 kilovolt power station, the damage caused as a result of terrorism, and the delivery of equipment and supplies needed for the electrical connection project for the city of Maarat al-Numan with the city of Khan Sheikhoun, with an extension of about 28 km.