By Adam Ali.
Benghazi, 17 July 2015:
Even though GECOL engineers have been working under sniper fire to restore damaged cabling, the first . . .[restrict]day of the Eid holiday saw widespread power cuts throughout Benghazi.
To GECOL’s enduring problem of getting sufficient gas to run Benghazi North power station has been the destruction of electricity infrastructure.
Given the high seasonal use of air-conditioning units, the electricity utility has been struggling to meet demand. Blackouts have been lasting up to 12 hours in some areas. [/restrict]