Algeria proposes exporting electricity to Libya
The Algerian electricity company Sonelgaz unveiled a proposal to provide services in various fields of energy to Libya through bilateral cooperation between the two countries, especially in the field of exporting electricity.
The company confirmed in a statement on Tuesday that the meeting of its director, Murad Ajal, with his Libyan counterpart, Abdul Hamid Al-Manfoukh, came in implementation of the directives of higher authorities in the two countries with the aim of strengthening bilateral relations to discuss ways to revive cooperation between Sonelgaz and the General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL).
Ajal expressed willingness to provide services to the Libyan side in various fields of energy, especially with regard to exporting electricity to Tripoli, maintenance, training and the provision of spare parts.
It is noteworthy that Sonelgaz had previously agreed to meet the Libyan needs by exporting electricity from Algeria to Libya through the Tunisian electricity network, amounting to 200 megawatts.