Agreements and memoranda of understanding concluded by the Iraqi government with investment companies in the field of energy, including the American company Electric GE, which includes many axes, including the development of the electrical system in Iraq in the field of Production and long-term maintenance, in addition to conducting studies to exploit associated gas, and contributions to reducing environment-harming carbon emissions, and another axis that included training and raising the efficiency of local staff, which supports the energy transition in Iraq.
NIHR believes that this agreement, if committed to the implementation of its axes by the contracted company, will contribute to addressing the electricity supply and alleviating the multiple suffering of the Iraqi community, which has been protracted.
Our organization also calls on the relevant government agencies to tighten follow-up and evaluation of the work of the executing company, and to emphasize the employment of its Iraqi workforce by at least 50% of its workers, in addition to the need to train Iraqi cadres and raising their level of professionalism is of long-term benefit.




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