Power plant built by Turkey is going to provide more electricity to Libya to meet its demand.
Turkey’s largest construction and energy companies ENKA and Çalık Holding built power plants in Libya is now in the production stage and are ready in providing electively to the region.
Turkey has signed two agreements for the provision of security and military cooperation and the delimitation of maritime jurisdictions with the Government of National Accord last year. Those agreement stated that cooperation between Turkey and Libya is accelerated in oil and hydrocarbon exploration.
Electricity provided to Libya is now not sufficient. World Bank data stated 97% of Libyans had access to electrify in 2002 but the rate decreased to 67% in 2018. It is expected that two power plants built by Turkey can fulfill part of the demand in electricity.