Iran’s power generation capacity to rise to 36,000 MW

Nov 09, 2004 01:00 AM

Iran’s power generation capacity will rise to 36,000 MW by end of the current Iranian year on March 20, said Deputy Energy Minister Reza Amrollahi.
Amrollahi said given the 8.6 % growth on average, the country’s power generation capacity will rise to 54,000 MW in the fourth five-year economic development plan (2005-10).

He said Iran’s power consumption would rise 45,000 MW in 2009 from 29,500 MW this year. He added that in the next five years, the installed capacity of the country’s power plants should rise by 18,000 MW.
The official predicted 10.5 bn kV per hour of hydroelectric energy, rising to 18 bn kV per hour in 2009.

Source: Islamic Republic News Agency
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