Iran’s total actual renewable electricity generation capacity reached 865 megawatts (MW) during January 21-February 19, 2020, according to the country’s Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Organization, locally known by the acronym SATBA.
About 60 percent of Iran’s power generation capacity was created by the private sector funding and more investment is being made in this sector, said head of Iran's Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Management Company (Tavanir).
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Over 97,000 megawatt (MW) capacity of Iran’s thermal power plants are undergoing a general overhauling program to get ready for next year’s peak period demand, announced a Thermal Power Plants Holding Company (TPPH) official.
Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian said that the Iranian government has added about 13,000 megawatts of electricity to the country’s grid over the past five years, showing a 25-percent increase year-on-year.
Germany’s engineering giant Siemens is backing Iran in plans to launch power plants relying on modern gas turbines that would add some 5 gigawatts (GW) to the country’s electricity generation capacity.