Tehran (IP)- The Iranian Minister of Energy said that more than fifty countries are enjoying services provided by Iran's energy sector.

Iran PressIran news: During the celebration of the 45th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution, Mehrabian highlighted the achievements of the country's water and electricity sector. He announced that Iran has achieved 100% self-sufficiency in these sectors, marking a significant shift from the country's previous 100% dependence on foreign aid. Additionally, he stated that many countries in the region have benefitted from the services provided by the Islamic Republic of Iran.

He mentioned that Iranian engineering companies offer services to over 50 countries around the world.

Mehrabian emphasized that it was necessary to address the imbalances and meet new needs, despite some setbacks over the past sixteen years. Two and a half years have passed since the beginning of President Ebrahim Raisi's term.

Regarding Iran's Fourth Plan, which was compiled by the Ministry of Energy, the Minister of Energy has stated that 755 trillion Tomans have been allocated for structural and construction projects related to electricity, including power plant construction. In addition, 362 trillion Tomans have been earmarked for water sector projects.

Iran is rapidly toward developing renewables

The Iranian Minister of Energy says the investors create the infrastructures for the generating of renewable sources of energy while rapidly going forward to the development of renewables.

Ali-Akbar Mehrabian said that the renewables, from the silicon production phase to the production of solar panels are going on domestically within the country. 


The minister reported a capacity of more than 1,500 megawatts of solar electricity which will be opened as projects within the next days, adding that over 3,000 megawatts of capacity have been added to the country's renewable electricity. 

He stressed that firm steps must be taken to advance the industry and prepare a pollution-free environment for the country. 

Minister Mehrabian said that news about the opening of renewables projects then will be published through the country's media outlets every month. 


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