Iran to commission water, electricity facilities
BAKU, Azerbaijan, May 4
By Elnur Baghishov - Trend
Eight water and electricity facilities will be commissioned in the Markazi province in central Iran on May 5, Trend reports citing Iranian Ministry of Energy.
According to the report, the facilities will help to develop electricity network of the region, improve water supply of Amir-Kabir city and commission two 7.8-megawatt units of the hydropower plant.
“In addition, the construction of two power facilities also will begin. In total, 3.48 trillion rials [about $82.9 million] will be spent on these projects,” report said.
According to the report, 1.98 trillion rials (about $47.2 million) was spent on the commissioning of those eight facilities.
About 250 water, electricity and sewerage facilities are planned to be commissioned in the country this Iranian year (starting from March 20, 2020). About 500 trillion rials (approximately $11.9 billion) are invested in these facilities.