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This photo shows one of the two Karadeniz Holding ships, which are   docked   at Lebanon ports . The ships have been  providing  about  280 megawatts of electricity to Lebanon for three years.
This photo shows one of the two Karadeniz Holding ships, which are docked at Lebanon ports . The ships have been providing about 280 megawatts of electricity to Lebanon for three years.
The two Turkish power generating vessels that supply Lebanon with power have increased their capacity by 100 MW al-Joumhouria daily reported on Friday.

“EDL concluded a plan that would increase power supply by about 100 megawatts after raising the production capacities of the two ships that lie off the Zahrani and Zouk power plants from 280 megawatts to 380 megawatts,” an informed source told the daily on condition of anonymity.

The daily pointed out to a possibility to renew the contracts with the power generating ships for another two years until the current maintenance procedures in the Jiyeh, Zouk and Deir Ammar plants are completed.

The Lebanese cabinet decided in February 2012 to lease power-generating ships to help reduce severe electricity rationing in the country.

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