Iraqi Minster of Electricity, H.E. Karim Aftan Al-Jumaili is set to deliver a keynote address, focused on Iraq’s plans to reach 21,000 MW of new capacity, at the CWC Iraq Power conference on 16 June in the Connaught Gardens, London. The address will come at a time when 6,000 of 21,000 MW will be in the contract negotiation phase. Thus making this address highly anticipated by companies hoping to secure agreements.
As Iraq’s economy grows, more power and infrastructure is required to meet the needs of businesses and households in the country. The government believes that’s 21,000MW of new capacity will be required to meet the future needs of a thriving Iraq. Such ambitious power plans are seen by industry experts as an invitation for international companies to showcase their latest technological solutions, expertise and services to the Iraqi government in order to aid in reaching its capacity objectives.
The CWC Iraq Power conference programme is set to include a number of session featuring the views of international experts. One such session will feature representatives from Roland Burger and Luthard consultants hailing from Germany, a country that is viewed as a potential catalyst to Iraq’s power growth due to its vast amount of technological expertise.
Whilst providing an international prospective on power in Iraq, the conference will also discuss the new proposed amendments to the laws and regulation post elections in Iraq and take an in depth look into the key asset that have allowed for the Kurdistan region of Iraq’s power industry to become a unprecedented success.
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