By Jamal Adel.
Tripoli, 23 May 2014:
The General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL) has begun adding two gas units to the south . . .[restrict]Tripoli power station. These will produce almost 100MW of extra power for the capital.
“The two gas units are estimated at 47 megawatts each,” GECOL spokesperson Lufti Ghoma told the Libya Herald. “The project (of adding the units) is run by the Slovenian Hidromontaza Company.”
“The first unit is expected to be connected to national electricity grid station Number 30 in August, while the second unit is expected to be online in September,” added Ghoma.
The South Tripoli power station last repaired in? December 2013.