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French right-wing power broker jailed in fraud trial
A French court on Friday jailed for four years a right-wing power broker who for decades along with his wife dominated politics in a wealthy suburb of Paris on charges of hiding millions of euros worth of assets from the tax authorities.
IRGC cmdr says enemy not aware of Iran’s full extend of power
The IRGC commander Major General Hussein Salami said today's Revolutionary Guards are ready more than ever to defend the revolution and Islamic Iran, and the enemies will see Iran’s true power in battle field.
Tehran, Moscow in talks over power plant construction in southern Iran
Iranian Minister of Energy Reza Ardakanian said on Monday that he will hold meetings with Russian officials to pursue the case of Moscow’s loan to Tehran for constructing a 1,400 megawatt thermal power plant in the southern province of Hormuzgan.
Iran, world’s ninth power generator
Iran generated 82,000 megawatts of electricity in the first five months of the Iranian year (March 21-August 22) to stand ninth among the biggest producers of electricity in the world.
CEO: Iran’s Paresar plant can generate 15,000 MW of electricity per day
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.
President to inaugurate thermal power plant in northwestern Iran
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will inaugurate a gas-fired thermal power plant with a 310-MW capacity on Thursday in the town of Heris in the northwestern province of East Azarbaijan.
Iran renewable power output reaches 760 MW: Ministry
Iran’s Ministry of Energy announced that the country is currently generating around one percent of its electricity, some 760 MW a year, from renewable sources, including from wind, solar, small hydro, recycled heat and biomass.
Artificial islands in North Sea could power millions of UK homes
Dogger Bank, a windy and shallow stretch of sea 125 kilometers off the East Yorkshire coast isn’t an awful lot to look at, unless you’re an energy firm looking for the perfect place to drop a huge new wind farm. The desolate stretch of the North Sea is being eyed-up for a giant new power hub consisting of three artificial islands that would transfer electricity to the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark and Norway, Wired magazine reported.
'Just a matter of when': The $20b plan to power Singapore with Australian solar
The desert outside Tennant Creek, deep in the Northern Territory (NT), Australia ,is not the most obvious place to build and transmit Singapore’s future electricity supply. Though few in the southern states are yet to take notice, a group of Australian developers are betting that will change.
Iraq establishing financial mechanism to buy Iranian power
Iraq is establishing a financial "loophole" to continue buying vital gas and electricity from Iran despite US sanctions, AFP has learned, mirroring a European mechanism that came into effect Friday.
Iran’s power generation capacity to rise 5,000 MW by March
With the implementation of new power generation projects, Iran’s total capacity to produce electricity will increase about 5,000 megawatts (MW) by March 2020.
350 MW to be added to Iran’s power generation capacity soon: Official
Three power plants with a total capacity of 350 megawatts (MW) of electricity will be added to Iran’s national grid in coming days, the managing director of the Thermal Power Plants Holding Company (TPPH) announced.
Britain to launch new scheme to pay households for unused renewable power
Britain will launch a new scheme to pay households producing energy from renewable sources, such as solar panels, for their surplus electricity, the government said on Sunday.
Iran expecting rise in hydroelectric power generation this summer
Iran will increase its generation of hydroelectric power by 106 percent this summer, said the Deputy Energy Minister for Water and Wastewater Affairs Qassem Taqizadeh Khamesi.

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