Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday denied baseless accusations that the government is purposely cutting off power to people in order to form an excuse to move forward with the controversial Stung Cheay Areng hydropower dam.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today denied baseless accusations that the government is purposely cutting off power to people in order to form an excuse to move forward with the controversial Stung Cheay Areng hydropower dam.
The government has urged vendors of electricity generators to ensure reasonable prices after public complaints flooded social media over soaring costs amidst a shortage of power in the Kingdom.
In a bid to end ongoing blackouts, the government is planning to buy power from the private sector to supply households.
Cambodia will buy 200 megawatts from Laos to feed rising demand for power.
Telecommunication Regulator of Cambodia yesterday commended local telecommunications operators for upholding the quality of services amid daily power outages across the country.
At present Phnom Penh, and Cambodia together, is experiencing a power problem. Power outages have previously randomly occurred due to repairs, accidents, and the like.
Representatives of Electricite Du Cambodge are planning a trip to Turkey.
Electricité du Cambodge yesterday issued a statement saying that due to power shortages, it has reduced the supply of electricity in the Kingdom during the day in order to ensure supply at night.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Saturday said the country is now facing an electricity shortage of about 400 megawatts, leading to power outages, and appealed to people, especially those in the business sector, to understand that this is because of an ongoing dry spell.
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Lower Sesan II hydrodam, which will become one of the Kingdom’s biggest power-generating dams, today is officially operating after more than four years of construction in Stung Treng province.
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