Qatar plans to reduce power, water consumption
- Qatar: Wednesday, November 28 - 2012 at 04:50
The Qatar General Electricity and Water Corp (Kahramaa) has announced a plan to reduce electricity consumption in the country by 20% and water consumption by 35% in the next five years, the Peninsula has reported. This will be achieved through a variety of means ranging from public awareness campaigns to laws and regulations to rationalise consumption of water and electricity, said Kahramaa chairman Eng. Isa Al Kuwari. Kahramaa has already issued guidelines to the public on ways and means to rationalise water and electricity consumption. The ongoing awareness campaign will be intensified and penalties would also be imposed on those violating the guidelines, said Al Kuwari.
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