This research paper provides a glimpse into the subject of the poor supply of electricity in Iraq. This problem has turned into a real dilemma inherited by the last decades in the country. Despite the tens of billions of dollars invested in this sector, the research opens with a definition of the various obstacles facing this sector and their potential effects and then proceeds to an assessment of the actions taken to address them. This paper will not make the consumers pay additional fees but will discuss restructuring the tariff and collection process to a successful process, as well as proposing better implementation images and lessons to be learned from the above.
This research paper adopted quantitative and qualitative research accredited by the researcher and the opinions of 13 consumers from the PPP regions, namely: Public-private sector partnership for collection and service, as well as expert opinion in the electrical sector, were applied.
In general, the operations of the electricity-processing network are funded by the Government, and the only channel of revenue from the processing of the service is neglected and overburdened by the cost of the operation. The financial crisis that hit the country in 2014 negatively affected the growth of investments, offset by increased demand and pressure, the absence of an abusive return to the Government, the increase in payments to private generator owners, and the above-mentioned disparate and often inefficient consumption behaviors; Because of several factors, the most important of which is the low fees, which has led to Iraq’s electrical system falling into a vicious circle that must be terminated.