Egypt’s Enormous Electricity Surplus – Achievement or Impasse?

Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies

Author(s): Mamdouh Al-Wali

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The Egyptian government boasts that it has achieved a surplus in power production amounting to about 25 megawatts over domestic consumption needs, as the current electricity production amounts to approximately 58 gigawatts, while the local consumption ranges between 30 to 32 gigawatts, which means that the surplus ranges between 26 to 28 gigawatts – where these figures are related to the power consumption peak during summer, but the difference certainly widens in winter with the decline in electricity consumption.

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