Two years ago, one freezing December night on a California rooftop, a tiny light shone weakly with a little help from the freezing night air. It wasn't a very bright glow. But it was enough to demonstrate the possibility of generating renewable power after the Sun goes down.
Iran’s Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian said on Saturday that Tehran and Kabul have recently finalized an agreement which will lead to the formation of a joint cooperation committee intended to speed up implementation of joint projects, particularly in the field of electricity.
Paresar Combined Cycle Power Plant, built and put into operation by MAPNA Group, in the northern Iranian province of Gilan is capable of generating 15,000 megawatts (MW) of electricity per day, said its CEO.
Iranian Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian on Monday highlighted the progress in the process of supplying electricity to villages and towns across the country and said 99.7 percent of the Iranian villages have access to electricity.