The plants that will stop operating do not have enough fuel to keep going, according to a statement by the state company Electricité du Liban, quoted by The Daily Star.
The report explains that delayed banking paperwork prevented the arrival of fuel in the power plants located in Al-Zahrani and Deir Ammar on time.
Previously, this company had warned that these two plants would be removed from the national network if the Central Bank did not extend its credit.
Electricité du Liban will take precautionary measures to keep the minimum level of service, which means only two hours with power every day.
At the time, the management of the Water Corporation for Northern Lebanon said that the distribution and supply of this vital liquid will require a rationing program.