Electric generators are not only vital to power the country’s power stations, but also to meet other electricity demand as well as to provide a constant source of heat.
The heat generated by a large-scale power plant can help reduce energy bills and increase the countrys energy security.
Electric generators are also an important source of jobs in the country, generating more than $7 billion in economic activity each year.
They also have a vital role in the maintenance of the country´s electrical infrastructure.
But the electricity generation capacity of Komori has decreased considerably since the 1970s, when the country had more than 600,000 electric generators.
This has made the region’s power grid vulnerable to grid outages and also makes it difficult for large-sized companies to access the grid.
The Komori Electricity Authority, which runs the power plant, said the power grid was being severely damaged by a lack of power generation capacity.
In January this year, the authorities introduced new rules to prevent any outages on the power supply to the plant.
However, there have been no problems at the plant since then, and there is still a lot of capacity to supply the electricity.
A year ago, the power generation had reached about 1,500 megawatts.
However, in the last two years, the capacity has increased to more than 2,500 MW.
The authority has been working to improve the situation, said Pekka Tääri, head of the Komori Power Supply System.
“The power generation system was very badly affected by the outages in 2017 and 2018.
The new generation capacity was 1,100 MW,” he told the TT news agency.
Tääari said the Komoris power grid has been in the red for a long time, but it is now on a sustainable path.
“We are doing everything to maintain the current system and improve the energy efficiency,” he said.
“It is very important that we increase the number of electric generators and also we have a plan to reduce the number and increase efficiency of the energy generation system.
The electricity generation at Komori is also very low, but there is a lot to do to increase the capacity and improve its performance,” Täaeri said.
Komori has an average of about 1.3 million residents, with a population of approximately 300,000.