Financial Supervision Report: citizen gets half the output amounts of electrical
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Ministry of Electricity revealed the private financial control report, Sunday, Supervision Report: citizen gets half the output amounts of electrical energy, the ministry is unable solutions
for the deterioration of the reality of electricity in the coming months due to increased loads and the high proportion of losses in energy.
According to the report, which was obtained by "tomorrow Press," a copy of it, that "the proportion of losses in electric power amounted to 37.5%, between the energy produced and the actual energy sold, which is a very high percentage," noting that "the proportion of energy dissipative for reasons of physical transport networks and distribution of up to "14%", in addition to administrative losses, which include losses resulting from lack of reading all the electrical measurements periodically and abuses on the network by connecting from behind the standards, and random groupings that consume energy in an informal manner. "
The report indicated that "what gets citizens of energy equivalent to a rate of only half the quantities of production, because of Aldhaiat, waste and random gatherings and abuses," explaining that "the slums led to increased loads on energy, especially in the capital Baghdad."
The report emphasized that "the debt owed by government institutions and its affiliates and citizens commercial, industrial and agricultural sector for the benefit of electricity squad, for the period from 2010 until the month of August 2014 up to about 2.5 trillion dinars."
The report called for "legislation and activating the laws that regulate the relationship between the Ministry of Electricity and consumers, and the preparation of maintenance and rehabilitation programs or replacement of the electrical system in the distribution sector, which suffers from obsolescence, and a review of the financial allocations for the sectors of transport and distribution to solve the problem of bottlenecks in these sectors," pointing to " the inability of the ministry to address the problems that deprive the citizen to enjoy the electric-powered. "
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