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According to the UN, Gaza residents now receive only about four to six hours a day of electricity.
The Energy Authority in Gaza said the expected resumption of the power plant’s operation comes after Egypt facilitated the delivery of new fuel shipments to the Strip on Thursday.
The Israel Electric Company, which typically transfers about 120 megawatts of electricity daily to Gaza, confirmed that it would continue reducing the supply gradually over the next few days.
The NPA is looking for turbines that produce up to 50 kilowatts, which don’t interfere with nature.
By EHUD ZION WALDOKS
Jordan has announced that it has begun environmental impact assessments ahead of building a plant near Akaba in the south.
“I grew up in a poor neighborhood in Bat Yam, where nobody cared about aesthetics. Everybody was too busy fighting their daily battles. All people thought about was how to survive."
By CARL HOFFMAN
An end to the ‘Jerusalem Rule,’ which sees a fluctuating budget allocation for the capital each year, is needed in favor of a regular, steady grant.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Move brings Bushehr closer to providing power; plant operating at minimum power; "nuclear reaction has begun," Russian company says.
Other powerfully ranked countries included Russia, China, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Japan and Saudi Arabia.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
The same magazine said the country is also perceived as the world’s most religious state, followed by Saudi Arabia and Iran.
By HERB KEINON
Today, the authority to license business operations lies with municipal authorities
By MAX SCHINDLER
It seems unlikely that this stunt will be Hazan's last.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The decision followed recent reductions in power by IEC to those areas in a battle over debts it is owed by the Palestinian Authority and by the Jerusalem District Electricity Company.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
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