Iran and Hungary to expand electricity cooperation

Jul 03, 2004 02:00 AM

Grounds for developing electricity exchanges between Iran and Hungary were reviewed in a meeting between Hungarian deputy foreign minister and deputy managing director of Iran's Tavanir Company, Masoud Hojjat.
During the meeting, both sides stressed deepening bilateral collaboration in the field of electric energy.

Hojjat referred to previous cooperation with Hungary for manufacturing cooling power plant towers as well as sodium lamps for street lighting, adding, "Iranian electricity sector is willing to cooperate with electric industries of Hungary in the field of technology transfer."
He noted that Iran was also inclined to work with Hungary for building GIS power stations.

The Hungarian authority, for his part declared his country's willingness to deepen economic and political ties with Iran.

Source: PetroEnergy Information Network
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