Kuwait to supply ‘power’ to Iraq through GCC grid

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KUWAIT CITY, Feb 10: The Jahra Committee of the Municipal Council will hold its third meeting of the second session on Wednesday headed by member Abdullah Al-Enezi to discuss several items on its agenda, the most important of which are two requests from the Public Authority for Roads and Transportation (PART). The first request from PART is related to allocating locations for open water basins and canals, an underground water connection, and an earthen berm to collect and drain rainwater in Sabriya area.

The second request is related to allocating sites for open basins to collect rainwater, an open water channel, an underground water connection, and rainwater drainage paths around the former low-cost affordable housing area. The committee will also discuss the request of the Ministry of Electricity, Water and Renewable Energy to allocate paths in Abdali for overhead lines with a voltage of 400 KV and a width of 200 m to feed Iraq with the line of the Gulf Cooperation Council Electricity Interconnection Authority (GCCIA) path.

The committee is planning to discuss the reallocation of the land of the Al-Shagaya Renewable Energy Complex from the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research to the Ministry of Electricity, Water and Renewable Energy. Furthermore, it intends to discuss the proposal submitted by the Deputy Chairman of the Municipal Council Khaled Al- Mutairi for allocating the “Haraj” website to sell used cars, the proposal submitted by the Chairman of the committee Abdullah Al-Enezi for the development of a service road opposite Sulaibikhat Block 2 on Jamal Abdul Nasser Street, and his question regarding the entertainment hall “Bowling and Billiards” affiliated with the Tourism Enterprises Company in Jahra Governorate.

The committee will also discuss the executive branch’s response to member Abdullah Al-Enezi’s questions regarding the wastewater purification station in the Mutlaa Housing Project and its complementary works of construction, operation and maintenance.

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