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Over 135,000 still without power in Florida a week after Ian
Over 135,000 homes and businesses still lacked power in Florida on Friday, eight days after Hurricane Ian crashed across the state on Sept. 28-29.
Official: Iran biggest power producer in region
An advisor to Iran’s energy minister for international affairs said that the country is the top electricity producer in the region.
Iran’s five-month output of thermal power plants rises 2.5%
Iran’s thermal power plants generated 129 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity in the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-August 22), registering a 2.5% rise compared to the same period last year.
Iran launches new power transmission line to Armenia
Officials from Iranian northwestern province of East Azarbaijan inaugurated a power transmission line to Armenia, among over 2,000 electricity-related projects across Iran.
Capacity of Iranian thermal power plants tops 72,000MW
The nominal capacity of Iran’s thermal power plants reached 72,027 megawatts (MW), registering an increase of over 3,000MW over the past 12 months.
Power plant repairs cost Iran $135m in three months: Report
Iran spent more than $135 million on critical repair work needed in power plants in the country in the three months to late June amid efforts to boost grid reliability and to prevent power cuts in household and manufacturing sectors over the warn summer months.
Iran’s power grid breaks all-time record, usage at 63,318 MW
Iran Grid Management Company (IGMC) announced that the electricity usage in the country has broken an all-time record as scorching heat stretches the power grid to near its limits.
Iran’s annual power production up 6.4%: Report
Iran’s electricity generation increased by 6.4 percent in 2021, making the Islamic Republic the world’s 11th largest electricity producer last year, according to British Petroleum’s latest global energy report dubbed “Statistical Review of World Energy”.
3,000MW added to Iran’s power plant capacity
A deputy head of Iran's Power Generation, Distribution, and Transmission Company (known as Tavanir) announced on Monday that the country has added about 3,000 megawatts to its power production capacity over the past year.
Iran reports record peak usage of electricity at 60 GW
Iran’s Energy Ministry said power consumption in the country rose to a record of 60 gigawatts (GW) at peak hour on June 6.
Iran reports annual record in power consumption at over 50MW
Electricity use in Iran has topped an annual high of 50 megawatts (MW) per hour as authorities expect the consumption to rise in the coming days with a warm spell driving up cooling demand across the country.
Iran launches 320MW power plant on Qeshm Island
Iran launched a major power plant in its largest island in the Persian Gulf amid efforts to boost investment in the region.
Iran’s thermal power generation grows by 8%: TPPH
Iran’s thermal power stations generated 324 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity during the previous Iranian year (ended on March 20) to register an eight percent rise compared to the preceding year, announced an official with the Thermal Power Plants Holding (TPPH).
Global renewable power prices soar on heavy demand, chaotic supply chain
Prices for wind and solar power in major global markets have climbed nearly 30% in a year as developers have struggled with chaotic supply chains and surging costs for everything from shipping to parts to labor, according to a report published on Wednesday.
Iran to increase electricity capacity by 6 GW before summer: Minister
Iran should have enough electricity to meet rising demand over the summer months, said Energy Minister Ali Akbar Mehrabian as he promises that some six gigawatts (GW) will be added to the current power generation capacity in the country before the start if peak demand in July.

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