Lebanon In Complete Darkness After Being Forced To Shut Down 2 Power Stations, Could Last Days

The shutdown is related to ongoing fuel shortages


Lebanon’s electricity grid has shut down entirely after the country’s two main power stations ran out of fuel, according to reports.

The al Zahrani and the Deir Ammar power stations stopped working after supplies of diesel were apparently exhausted, and energy production dropped to below 200 megawatts.


The outage will continue for a few days, at least, Reuters news agency has said, quoting an official source.

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