SANA'A March 29.2023 (Saba) -Electricity losses exceeded $23,785,896,000, according to reports published in August 2022, including the generation, transmission, control and technical inspection sectors, the costs of work teams, and the rehabilitation of the electricity of secondary cities that were partially damaged.
As well as the destruction of central warehouses, sectors of externally funded projects, and the imposition of fines for delaying ships and the losses of the difference in diesel and diesel prices.
Electricity consumption decreased by 75%, due to the great damage to this sector and the lack of oil derivatives.
The aggression launched 278 military strikes on the electricity and energy sector, killing 83 and wounding 300, and destroying "200-346" power stations and generators, according to statistics published on March 25, 2023.
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