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$860m Spent to Add 630 MW to Iran's National Power Grid

The first gas unit of Hengam Power Plant in Bandar Abbas with 307 megawatt capacity cost $554 million
$860m Spent to Add 630 MW to Iran's National Power Grid$860m Spent to Add 630 MW to Iran's National Power Grid

Close to 630 megawatts of electricity was added to the national grid on Wednesday, raising overall installed capacity to 83,630 MW, head of Iran’s Thermal Power Plants Holding Company said.
"Two steam units and one gas unit in combined cycle power stations in Tehran, Assalouyeh (Bushehr Province) and Bandar Abbas (Hormozgan Province) became operational simultaneously and cost $860 million," Mohsen Tarztalab was quoted by IRNA as saying.
The first gas unit in Hengam Power Plant in Bandar Abbas with 307 MW capacity cost $554 million.
“Hengam is among the first combined cycle plants in the country to use F-class gas turbines with an efficiency rate of 58%.”

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