The Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah discussed with the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Turkish Holding Company, Ahmed Çalik, arrangements for launching the power plant project of South Tripoli, according to a brief statement issued by the Government of National Unity's Media and Communication Department on Sunday.
Last January, the management of the General Electricity Company of Libya discussed in an expanded meeting with the Turkish company preparing an integrated technical presentation of the South Tripoli power plant's project with four production units, with a capacity of 330 megawatts per unit, and a total of 1320 megawatts.
The Turkish company is one of the most important companies operating in the energy, construction, mining, textile, finance and communications sectors since the 1980s.
A few days ago, the South Korean company Daewoo announced that it had signed a deal to build power plants in Mellitah and Misrata, worth $790 million.
The General Electricity Company and Daewoo signed the deal to establish a fast-track project to build power plants in Libya, according to a Korean news outlet.