Turkey seeks to provide Libya with a floating power station to relieve the problem of power cuts

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Turkey seeks to provide Libya with a floating power station to relieve the problem of power cuts

June 20, 2020 - 11:25
Written by: RabiaGolden

The Turkish ‘Daily Sabah’ on Friday, quoted an official of the Turkish company, Karadeniz Holding, as confirming its willingness to supply various regions of Libya with electricity, within 30 to 60 days.

The head of the energy trade group of the company, Zainab Harazi, explained the possibility of providing electricity supply to the electrical network of Libya by 1000 megawatts, as a short-term solution to the power outages.

This would be done by connecting floating power stations to the grid, of which Karadeniz Holding has 19, most of which serve the needs of 11 different countries.