IRNA – Managing Director of Iran’s MAPNA Industrial Group Abbas Aliabadi says the Group’s machinery and equipment will be exported.
Aliabadi made the announcement on the sidelines of a visit by Iraqi Electricity Minister Luay Al Khateeb to the Iranian power plant industries in Fardis region of Alborz province of Iran.
He said Indonesia, Oman, Pakistan, Syria, Iraq, Russia and the European and African countries are now importing MAPNA products.
He added that Iran power industry is ready for technical and engineering cooperation with many countries.
Iran has the capacity to generate 8,000 megawatts of electricity annually, which is a surplus and exceed the national demand level of 3,000 to 4,000 megawatts.
Since its establishment in 1993, MAPNA Group has been involved in over 100 projects valued more than 30 billion euros.
Commissioned power plants by the group hold a total capacity of more than 35,000 MW, while the total capacity of commissioned and awarded power plants exceeds 60,000 MW. Synchronized capacity of power plants constructed by MAPNA constitutes nearly half of Iran’s general power capacity.