Iran’s first mobile power plants come on stream
Baku, Azerbaijan, May 31
By Fatih Karimov – Trend:
Iran’s first mobile power plants joined the country’s power grid, in the northern province of Mazandaran.
The 25-MW power plants, established by Iran’s MAPNA group, were synchronized to the national grid in Behshahr and Noshahr cities, MAPNA said May 31 in its official website.
The company says that the power plants are the first mobile power plants manufactured in the Middle East.
The power plants are capable to be installed rapidly in less than three months to produce electricity and are also able to work with gas and diesel.
Easy portability and fast installation are advantages of mobile power plants. These power plants are capable of producing electricity in urgent conditions.
Iran’s electricity generation stood at 286 billion kilowatts hour (kWh) over the last fiscal year (ended March 20).
The country’s nominal power generation capacity stands at 76,832 MW.