The Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy has said that the improvement of temperature has helped to stabilize the electrical loads on the country’s national grid, Amwal Al Ghad reported.
The ministry also cited regular fuel supplies and continuous electricity generation as reasons for the continued stability.
Demand is projected to max out at 25,200 MW on March 20th 2018, which is the same as on March 19th.
Egypt’s generated electricity increased by around 2.9% year-on-year (Y.o.Y) in November 2017, Egypt Oil & Gas reported.
The country generated 14.3 kWh in November 2017, compared to the 13.9 kWh generated in November 2016.
Statistics released by the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) reveal that electricity output steadily decreased in the second half of 2017: 20.3 kWh in July, 19.7 kWh in August, 17.1 kWh in September, and 15.8 kWh in October.