Libya’s electricity generation capacity has reached 5,900 megawatts, while the gap between supply and demand has narrowed, said the General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL) on Friday.
Libya’s electricity crisis to improve by next week, General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL) said on Thursday.
Benghazi Security Directorate revealed that Sidi Khalifa Police Station managed to arrest three people who had stolen electrical cables, which led to power outages at more than 10 homes in Sidi Khalifa town east of Benghazi.
The North Benghazi Power Station announced the transition of its power generation units to liquid fuels due to the lack of gas supplies from the source.
Egyptian Minister of Electricity Mohamed Shaker said that launching electricity connection projects between Egypt and Libya is a strategic goal for both countries.