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      Implementing Key Energy Reform in Iraq
      Published:2019-09-20 Source:JINOCCO tags:
          The Iraqi Ministry of Electricity, under the leadership of Minister Luay Al-Khatteeb, is now launching a major initiative to improve the sector.
           “I am delighted that the government is moving to implement the difficult but necessary reforms that will help make Iraq’s electricity sector more reliable, secure and affordable,” Dr Fatih Birol, the IEA’s Executive Director, said today. “Based on the International Energy Agency’s extensive experience dealing with electricity sector reform across the world, there is no alternative to a holistic approach in Iraq.”
           The steps recommended by the IEA include reforming electricity tariffs and removing subsidies in order to boost revenues. This increased income can be reinvested in generation and distribution networks to bring down the huge amount of power that is currently lost through shortcomings in the system.
           This approach will lift some of the burden on government budgets by stimulating the necessary private sector investment that can help propel the electricity sector to where it needs to be. Measures to remove subsidies will also have the important effect of incentivising more rational use of electricity and minimise wasteful consumption.
           Tariff reform for the government-supplied grid has to also be paired with stronger regulation of neighbourhood generators, which were paid around $4 billion for the services they provided in 2018. That was 50% more than the Ministry of Electricity had to spend on capital projects that year, the IEA added in a statement.
          “I am confident that the successful implementation of the changes highlighted in our report will lead to a far better electricity sector in Iraq than what we see today,” Dr Birol said. “The International Energy Agency has helped countries with similar reforms in the past, and we stand ready to continue supporting our Iraqi friends on this worthy path they have set for themselves.”

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