Iran, Azerbaijan make new electricity deal

Iran, Azerbaijan make new electricity deal

Iran, Azerbaijan make new electricity deal

 

 
A fresh round of electricity and energy talks between Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan kicked off on Sunday morning in Tehran revolving around construction of new wind and geothermal power plants.
 
At a meeting with Azerbaijan's Minister of Economic Development Shahin Mustafayev, Iran’s Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian said Azerbaijan, Russia and Georgia experience electricity consumption peak in winter while the highest amount of electricity consumption for Iran takes place in summer; “accordingly, the ground is ready for electricity exchange between Iran and Caucasus countries and Russia in warm and cold seasons.”
 
Chitchian pointed out Iran’s readiness to export electricity to Georgia, Russia and Azerbaijan in winter commenting “moreover, the negotiations on construction of wind and geothermal power plants in the Iranian cities of Khaf and Meshkin Shahr will become operational in near future.”

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