Power

16-06-2014
The Ministry of Electricity has raised its estimate of the damage to the country’s electricity infrastructure.
02-06-2014
Syria’s gas transport network continues to face attacks by armed groups, leading to continuous shortages of supplies and increasing power outages.
02-06-2014
Syria’s power utility has issued a tender for the supply of ten mobile gas-powered generation units.
26-05-2014
The suspension of gas supplies from the Arab Gas Pipeline has led to an increase in power outages in Damascus and surrounding areas.
08-04-2014
Syria is extending yet again the deadlines for tenders to build power plants.
20-01-2014
The state power distribution utility has signed dozens of contracts with Iranian, Chinese, and Korean companies for the supply of electrical equipment in the last two years, according to a state daily.
06-01-2014
Monday evening, electricity was being gradually restored in several parts of southern Syria after outages of more than three days.
23-12-2013
Attacks on Syria’s gas infrastructure are continuing, leading to an increase in power cuts across the country.
09-12-2013
The Syrian power generation utility is extending the deadlines for several tenders as it fails to attract interest from foreign contractors.
08-07-2013
Starting next September, electricity rates for businesses will increase in Syria as the government seeks to reduce the cost of its subsidies.
10-06-2013
The lack of fuel oil is the main reason for the decline in the production of electricity, according to state officials.
10-06-2013
Syria has signed contracts worth EUR 40 million for the import of electrical equipments from Iran.
22-04-2013
BHEL, the Indian engineering firm, has said that its sole project in Syria had come to a halt because of the deteriorating security conditions.
15-04-2013
The Syrian government has managed to procure spare parts and equipment from “friendly” countries to enhance its power sector, the Minister of Electricity has said.
18-03-2013
The Syrian government has extended the deadline to bid for two new power plants as fears over the conflict and international sanctions keep foreign bidders away.