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Fuel shortages force shutdown of Lebanon’s electricity grid

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Fuel shortages have pressured Lebanon’s largest energy stations to close down Saturday, leaving the nation with out central electricity for “several days,” officers warned.

“The Lebanese power network completely stopped working at noon today, and it is unlikely that it will work until next Monday, or for several days,” the official mentioned.

The state electricity firm confirmed in an announcement that the thermoelectric plant on the Zahrani energy station had stopped. The Deir Ammar plant stopped on Friday, Reuters reported.

The state electrical firm will attempt to depend on the military’s gasoline reserves to function the facility vegetation quickly, however officers warned it could not occur anytime quickly.

Fuel shortages have pressured Lebanon’s largest energy stations to close down Saturday, leaving the nation with out central electricity for “several days,” officers warned.
REUTERS
Lebanon's Energy Minister Raymond Ghajar attended a meeting with other fuel ministers in the Middle East.
Lebanon’s Energy Minister Raymond Ghajar attended a gathering with different gasoline ministers within the Middle East.
REUTERS
The state electric company will try to rely on the army's fuel reserves to operate the power plants temporarily, but officials warned it would not happen anytime soon.
The state electrical firm will attempt to depend on the military’s gasoline reserves to function the facility vegetation quickly, however officers warned it could not occur anytime quickly.
Marwan Naamani / Avalon
Many Lebanese typically rely on private generators that run on diesel, but that is also in short supply.
Many Lebanese usually depend on personal mills that run on diesel, however that can also be briefly provide.
AP

Many Lebanese usually depend on personal mills that run on diesel, however that can also be briefly provide, in keeping with the Reuters report.

Intermittent gasoline shortages have pressured the closure of a number of companies within the nation, which is grappling with a deep financial disaster after consecutive governments piled up enormous money owed after the nation’s 1975-1990 civil conflict.

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