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Remaining fuel to light Gaza for 24 hours
Remaining fuel to light Gaza for 24 hours
The Palestinian energy authority has announced that one of the generators in the Gaza electricity generation station had stopped functioning on Saturday for lack of fuel and that the remaining quantity of fuel would allow operating the station for 24 hours only.
Monday, February 8,2010 09:57
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The Palestinian energy authority has announced that one of the generators in the Gaza electricity generation station had stopped functioning on Saturday for lack of fuel and that the remaining quantity of fuel would allow operating the station for 24 hours only.

The authority, in a statement, said that the power generation in the station had decreased to 30 megawatt, warning that Gaza districts would suffer longer power failures.

It explained that the power shortage had reached 50% and could reach 60%.

The authority asked the international parties, human rights groups, Arab countries and the Islamic conference organization to end the electricity tragedy, holding the finance ministry in Ramallah responsible for the crisis after reducing fuel allocation for Gaza.

tags: Palestinian Energy Authority / lack Of Fuel In Gaza / Human Rights Groups / Ramallah / Solidarity With Palestinian
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