Over the past two years, 40 solar power plants were connected to the country's electrical grid, ISNA cited Seyed Mohammad Sadeghzadeh, Iranian Deputy Minister of Energy, Chairman of the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Organization, as saying.
He said that renewable energy production is beneficial and Iran invites investors to show interest in the energy sector.
Sadeghzadeh said that peak demand for electricity is in summer and 80 percent of electricity generation accounts for summer.
Water shortage is one of the country's serious problems, he said.
Turkey and Turkmenistan have discussed the Trans-Caspian gas pipeline and the supply of Turkmen gas to world markets through the Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP).
Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR plans to supply its new refinery in Turkey with oil from different producers in Europe, the Black Sea region and the Gulf, the executive chairman of SOCAR Trading Adnan Ahmadzade told .
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland’s main gas company signed a long-term contract Thursday to receive deliveries of liquefied natural gas from the United States as part of a larger effort to reduce its energy dependence on Russia.
The United States reimposed sanctions on Iran's oil industry and financial sector Monday, following through on President Donald Trump's pledge to roll back relief Iran received as part of the international agreement to limit its nuclear program.
The possibility of gas supplies from different directions and in various forms continues to be discussed at various international forums.
Chancellor calls her decision to open Germany up to U.S. liquefied natural gas a ‘strategic’ move
The Russian leader said new projects of Russian gas deliveries to Europe "are not aimed against any country"
The European Commission is getting ready to start consultations with Russia over the switching of the Baltic states' power networks off the post-Soviet system and their synchronization with that of western Europe.
"When we have our next meeting with the Russian energy minister … we will brief him also about this desynchronization process," European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic, in charge of energy, said in an interview with BNS Lithuania.