On Monday, Prime Minister Imad Khamis inaugurated the al-Kisweh photovoltaic power station, which has a capacity of 1.26 megawatts and cost nearly one billion Syrian pounds.
The plant generates electricity at a rate of 2 million kWh per year which is enough to light 500 houses all year round, creating annual savings of 500 tons of fuel and 90 million pounds.
Khamis also laid the foundation stone for a car sales fairground in al-Dweir area in Adra city on the Damascus-Homs Highway, in an area measuring 145 hectares, and a residential area project in Adra industrial city on an area of 1,833 hectares which is home to 60,000 housing units, which seeks to provide decent housing for all social segments of the city including investors, workers and government employees.
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