How successful is the effort for Chinese companies to get more summer electricity?
The National League for Democracy (NLD) has launched a series of projects for Chinese companies that have imported LNG to Power (LNG to Power), which relies on imported electricity to get regular electricity this summer.
Yangon, Ahlone Thanlyin Thaketa Rakhine State The Magway Region, with Magwe Division, produces more than 1,000 megawatts this year. The effort was made to meet the demand in the summer.
However, these LNG to Power projects have limited access to machines due to the global outbreak of COVID-19. Deputy Minister of Electric Power and Energy Khin Maung Win admitted in the People’s Assembly yesterday that the delay was due to restrictions on the arrival of experts.
“However, the Ministry of Electric Power and Energy has reported that the Ministry of Electric Power and Energy is trying to get the project done in a timely manner,” he said.
The deadline for the Chinese-led power projects is set to begin in 2020. Despite April 3, the government has not been able to submit to the government for reasons related to the virus. In June, the tender was forced to make a profit within five years. It has been criticized for allowing the construction period to last for only seven months and buying electricity only in kyat.
According to the agreement, foreign companies are expected to receive more than 1,100 megawatts by the beginning of April, but have received more than 500 megawatts by May. Therefore, more than 500 megawatts are expected to come out in the next two months, Pyithu Hluttaw Secretary Nath Myo Htet told The Irrawaddy.
It was the completion of the LNG to Power project, which was submitted by the Ministry of Electric Power for the summer electricity supply in the People’s Parliament yesterday. Electricity; He was asked questions about the conditions of use.
Nay Myo Htet, who is also a Pyithu Hluttaw representative in Kyauktada Township, said, “The exact date is due by May. My mom was out. If Than Shwe did not leave, it would be a little late. As he explains, it is not the fault of the investor. The authorities have long been involved in the affairs of the port, ”he said.
“Other things are not so great,” he added. Ahlone can also produce half as much. Half was a little late. Some technical issues have to be done. There are some tests in technology, ”he explained.
In addition, there were no power outages this year, as there were no power outages this summer. Therefore, Nay Myo Htet said he did not ask further questions to the Deputy Minister for his response.
“Production has been around for this year. Now the fire is not cut by production. The distribution system had problems because of a problem. It was raining because of the wind. There was a problem with distribution. It must also be repaired. Because of the Kov period, the times can be a bit of a chore. The gossip he presented was acceptable, ”said U Myo Htet.
The government upgraded three low-capacity state-owned plants to a total of seven factories to meet national demand this summer. Relocating a factory to an empty area; Imported Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and three power generating plants.
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