Iran's Power Generation, Distribution, and Transmission Company (known as Tavanir), in collaboration with the Iranian Fuel Conservation Company (IFCC), is going to implement a program for installing 3,000 megawatts (three gigawatts) of renewable power plants for agricultural wells across the country, Mehr News Agency reported.
Iran's Power Generation, Distribution, and Transmission Company (known as Tavanir), in collaboration with the Iranian Fuel Conservation Company (IFCC), is going to implement a program for installing free solar power stations for agricultural wells across the country, IRNA reported.
As announced by the managing director of Iran’s Thermal Power Plants Holding Company (TPPH), the output of the country’s thermal power plants will be increased by 3,500 megawatts (MW) by the end of the current Iranian calendar week (Friday).
With the early arrival of the hot season across Iran, once again the issue of electricity shortage and systematic power outages has come under the spotlight. These days Iranians are left in the dark for several hours each day based on a pre-planned outage program implemented by the Energy Ministry.
The rising trend of electricity consumption in Iran has created serious concerns about power outage in the summer peak period.
Managing Director of Tehran Electricity Distribution Company said Iran's Power Generation, Distribution, and Transmission Company (known as Tavanir) has allocated 7,253 megawatts (MW) of electricity for Tehran province during summer, so considering the current consumption level Tehrani households must save 1,540 MW in summer to prevent blackouts.
Iraq’s electricity minister said that Iran and Iraq had reached agreements in supplying energy, electricity, and gas for Iraq.
The managing director of Iran’s Power Generation and Distribution Company (TAVANIR) announced a 33-percent increase in electricity prices for high consuming subscribers who will not reduce their consumption by the next Iranian calendar month Ordibehesht (begins on April 20).
Managing Director of Gharb (West) Regional Electricity Company Ali Asadi said on Monday that Islamic Republic of Iran has high capacity and potential to export electricity up to twofold of the current capacity to neighboring Iraq.