GNA seeks floating power station from Turkish company

The Address | Benghazi – Libya
ISTANBUL – Karadeniz Holding AS, a Turkish power company, is in talks with the Tripoli-based Government of “National Accord” (GNA) to sell electricity to Libya.
Authorities in Libya has approached Karadeniz to buy 1,000 megawatts of electricity, the Istanbul-based company said.
Karadeniz unit Karpowership has a sufficient number of floating power stations to supply Libya with electricity if an agreement is reached, the company said.
Turkish and GNA ministers held talks earlier this month focused on the resumption of work by Turkish companies in the North African country, cooperation in oil and infrastructure, and a maritime and security pact signed between the two governments last year.



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