Gaza’s power plant damaged in direct hits by Israeli forces. Repairs will take months.
July 29, 2014. Last night and this morning, Gaza’s power plant was damaged in direct hits by Israeli forces. Only 64 megawatts of electricity are currently available in Gaza out of a demand of 350 MW. (Read More)
“First of all, there’s going to have to be a massive restoration operation”
July 27, 2014. Gisha’s executive director was interviewed by Globes about the humanitarian situation in Gaza. Gisha’s research director in TheMarker said: “Gaza’s infrastructure is collapsing, and it looks like the beginning of a humanitarian crisis”. (Read More)
Gaza’s power plant renews operations, despite lack of guarantees about safety
July 20-24, 2014. Yesterday and the day before, Gaza’s power plant was reportedly damaged by Israeli airstrikes. At night, the plant gradually began operating two turbines which had not been damaged. (Read More)