During a meeting with Iran’s First Vice President Mohammad Mokhber in Bishkek on Wednesday, Kyrgyz Prime Minister Akylbek Japarov requested Iran to help his country build power plant and refinery.
The capacity of hydroelectric power plants in Iran exceeds 13,000 megawatts, the Iranian energy minister said, revealing salient progress in the final stage of construction of a 120-megawatt power plant by the Iranian experts in Sri Lanka.
Deputy Minister of Energy for International Affairs Mohammad Ali Farahnakian says Iran wants to expand export of its technical and engineering services to the Latin American states and it is in talks to cooperate with Venezuela for construction of power plant.
The Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation has accepted Iran’s demand for investing 73 million euros in Sirik power plant, an Iranian official announced.
The annual overhaul program of Iran’s power plants has begun for 40 units of power plants with a total capacity of 7,000 megawatts across Iran, Managing Director of Iran Grid Management Company Mostafa Rajabi Mashhadi announced.
The managing director of Iran’s Thermal Power Plants Holding Company (TPPH) announced that the necessary permits for the construction of the power plants were issued for the big industries.
Iran has added 464 megawatts (MW) to its electricity generation capacity by upgrading the gas units of power plants.
Russia has chosen a new contractor to work on the Sirik Power Plant in the southern province of Hormuzagan.
Iran’s electricity generation capacity has grown by 118 megawatts (MW) following the implementation of a project to upgrade five power plants.
The supply of natural gas to power plants across the country increased by two billion cubic meters (bcm) in the four months ending July 21, allowing the country to earn $1 billion from exports of the substituted gas oil.