Yemeni authorities are continuing the repair works to power pylons in the province of Marib in an effort to restore power which has been cut off since early last year.
On Wednesday, the technician teams entered the district of Mas and already started the repair works to 224, 225, 226 and 227 towers, the Saba news agency quoted an official at the electricity ministry as saying.
The country's main power plant, the Marib gas-fired station, was shut down after power transmission lines were damaged and destroyed in battles between pro-government and Houthi forces.
The shutdown of the plant has left most of Yemen's eastern, northern, middle and western regions without electric power since April.
The conflict has affected all services.
The blockade on all sea, land and air ports, which was part of the Saudi-led military intervention launched in late March, has deprived Yemen of all supplies deepening the crises caused by the civil war.
The repair works to the pylons started after the government retook most parts of Marib from the Houthi militants weeks ago.
The battles are continuing for the remaining parts all of which are on the border with Sanaa province where key military brigades loyal to the former president and the Houthi group are stationed.
Today, reports quoted government military officers as saying that the national forces with support from the Saudi-led coalition are battling militants for the district of Serwah.
Days ago, the government forces retook the Hilan Mountain after months of battles.