Dozens of Akkari villages and towns have been completely without electricity for nearly a week, especially those that are usually fed by current from the Deir Nabouh factory, which currently feeds the Al-Bared factory. As for the villages that are fed by the current from the Der Ammar thermal plant, they enjoy two or three hours a day, which is a rationing system followed by the Electricité du Liban, an hour of fed with the current, for every 9 hours cut off, and this hour is interspersed with many pieces in this stormy weather. And I learned that the reason for this cut, which lasted for more than five days, was a malfunction in the electrical transformer that supplies current to Akkar from the Deir Nabouh station, and work has been underway to repair it for two days, and it is assumed that the current will return to those villages and towns soon, within the same rationing system in force in all Lebanon.

By sarah

Sarah Othman, biochemistry student, holds a master's degree 1 from the Lebanese University. Seeking to obtain a second degree in the field of informatics. She works in the media field at Rahal Global News. Interested in cultural, artistic and news matters. A teacher in a school, and a private teacher . Holding laboratory experience in a government hospital and in private laboratories.