Massive blackout in Oman due to electricity outage affects daily life; here’s how authorities are dealing with it

Massive blackouts have been reported in various parts of Muscat and Oman. According to an official statement, the power interconnection system faces a partial blackout. The Oman Electricity Transmission Company will undertake a restoration of supply. Oman Airport stated that the suspension is expected to affect operations at Muscat International Airport.

They added that the response team is currently dealing with a power outage near the airport. The power shortage has also affected traffic lights, with congestion reported in some places. Motorists were urged to be careful and drive safely. Local media reports that power is gradually being restored.

The Authority of Public Service Regulation (APSR) also stated that some of Oman’s primary

is facing disruptions and is being handled by the Oman Electricity Transmission Company.
They are gradually restoring power. The agency will publish more information as it becomes available.

Power outages are becoming familiar with every passing day now. The need for an alternative to fossil fuels and bringing them to use has to be worked on a wide scale. If bold steps are not taken, we might have to revisit the past and start living with no electricity again.


What is Oman known for?

Oman is known for its oases, irrigation system, orchards in terraces, fortresses, meteorites, mosques, stream valleys and the world’s third largest yacht.

What is the official language of Oman?

Arabic is the official language of Oman.

Is Oman a hot or cold country?

Oman usually has high temperatures.

Why are so many power outages happening around the world?

A quick and visible answer to this question would be that we have possibly reached the brim of exhausting all our fossil resources.
The lack of production or shortages gives rise to this speculation. The quick solution would be to look for alternatives and ways to harness them. Solar energy and wind energy are some alternatives that the countries and governments of the world need to start thinking about.

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