Tiny Reduction in Tehran Power Network Wastage

Tiny Reduction in Tehran Power Network WastageTiny Reduction in Tehran Power Network Wastage

Power wastage in Tehran was 6.9% in 2018, but has now decreased to 6.5%.
According to the Energy Ministry news portal, doing away with malfunctioning equipment, supply lines, utility poles, self-contained cables and use of smart electric meters are among measures taken to help reduce electricity loss.
On average $22 million is spent annually to optimize, upgrade and expand the national power grid to meet routinely growing demand, the news agency added.
Money goes largely for improving and replacing old and dilapidated distribution equipment and parts and developing infrastructure.


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