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Tavanir Reports Imposing Growth

To produce 328 billion kilowatt hours of electricity in 2019, power plants used 60 million cubic meters of natural gas, 11 million liters of diesel and 6 million liters of mazut
Tavanir Reports Imposing Growth  Tavanir Reports Imposing Growth

The state-run Power Generation, Distribution and Transmission Company (Tavanir) has published a report that shows electricity generated in the country in 2019 increased 6.1% compared to the previous fiscal.
According to Bargh News website, 328 billion kilowatt hours of electricity was produced namely via gas-powered, combined-cycle, hydroelectric, nuclear and renewable plants.
To produce this volume of electricity plants consumed approximately 60 million cubic meters of natural gas, 11 million liters of diesel and 6 million liters of mazut.
The report said in the last fiscal (ended in March) maximum power output approached 57,017 megawatts but demand peaked to 57,861 MW.

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