Iran has electricity exchanges with seven neighboring countries

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Wednesday, January 16, 2019
The installed capacity of the country's power plants has increased 11 times.

The installed capacity of the country's power plants at the beginning of the Islamic Revolution's victory was about 7,000 megawatts, which is now up to 11,000 times the 80,000-megawatt limit.

After the victory of the Islamic Revolution, we have seen a variety of power plants in the country, so that electricity is being generated by various power plants such as diesel, nuclear, gas, renewable, hydroelectric, combined cycle, scattered generation and heat.

Before the victory of the Islamic Revolution, we had no electricity exchanges with the neighboring countries, but we currently have electricity exchanges with seven neighboring countries.

For more than five decades, all developed countries have interconnected electrical networks. The energy mix in these countries is based on goals and economic and political interests.

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