Latest statistics from Kuwait’s Ministry of Electricity show that peak demand in July fell from the previous month’s record breaking level. At 14.29GW, peak demand was still the second highest monthly figure on record, but it was well down on June’s 14.42GW (MEES, 30 August). Nevertheless, more consistent demand ensured that total electricity generation rose month-on-month. Fuel consumption rose accordingly, but Kuwait was able to rely on gas supplies to carry the...
Kuwait Electricity: Peak Load Down, Gas Burn Up
Published on Fri, 06 Sep 2019 - Volume: 62 Issue: 36Print
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