Mobile Power Generation for Sistan-Baluchestan

Power plants in Sistan-Baluchestan generate 1,100 MW while the province requires at least 1,500 MW to get rid of the nuisance of frequent power outages that have harmed industries taking a toll on electrical equipment and reducing efficiency
Mobile Power Generation for Sistan-Baluchestan  Mobile Power Generation for Sistan-Baluchestan

The second mobile power plant will be synchronized with the national grid soon to help prevent power disruption in Saravan city in Sistan-Baluchestan Province, managing director of the Provincial Electricity Company said.
"The 25-megawatt portable trailer-mounted mobile turbine can help stabilize power supply in the southeastern region," Alireza Parandeh Motlaq was quoted as saying by the Energy Ministry news portal.
Thermal Power Plant Holding company, a subsidiary of the Energy Ministry, launched the mobile power plan three months ago projected to cost $13 million, he said.
“Power transformers are being installed in different locations,” he said, adding that the unit runs on both natural gas and diesel.


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