Libya’s fractured authorities plan to push ahead with two power generation projects, despite political struggles that have seen the country without a unified government for six years and energy sector investment stagnant.

Greece’s Metka has announced an agreement with the General Authority for Electricity and Renewable Energy of Libya (Gaerel) for a 500MW gas/oil fired power plant at Tobruk. Gaerel appears to be a rival to state generator General Electric Company of Libya (Gecol) set up by the Tobruk-based House of Representatives, Libya’s internationally recognized parliament. (CONTINUED - 513 WORDS)