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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.
After many delays, the Russian-built Bushehr complex is expected to start generating electricity in the next two months.
Recurring power shortages cause demonstrations.
By DAVID E. MILLER / THE MEDIA LINE
Customers are asked to refrain from using heavy appliances during peak hours of noon to 5 p.m.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Israel is achieving power parity with leading European nations.
By DOUGLAS ALTABEF
Israel needs to tell the truth about the decision to cut power to Gaza
By TANIA HARY
Israel is not punishing Hamas by withholding electricity from Gaza; it is wasting young people.
By MARILYN GARSON
Why should Israel take Abbas’s advice and cut the electricity supply to Gaza by 40%?
By JPOST EDITORIAL
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