Jordan aims to supply Lebanon with electricity by year-end
She said Lebanon is seeking financing from the World Bank for this project, Sky reported.
Under an agreement announced last month, Egypt will supply natural gas to Lebanon via a pipeline that passes through Jordan and Syria to help boost Lebanon's electricity output. The deal is part of a U.S.-backed plan to alleviate Lebanon's power shortages.
Lebanon is suffering from an acute energy crisis that has left much of the country in darkness for up to 20 hours per day. The country needs 3,600 megawatts of energy per year to cover demand, but currently only produces 700.