Iran, Russia to Commence Electricity Exchange Soon

Trading electricity with neighboring states, including Russia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Armenia, is a top priority of Iran’s Energy Ministry
Iran, Russia to Commence Electricity Exchange Soon
Iran, Russia to Commence Electricity Exchange Soon

Operations to synchronize the electricity grids of Iran and Russia have been conducted successfully and the two states will start exchange exchange soon.
Iran’s Energy Minister Ali Akbar Mehrabian made the statement on the sidelines of the 22nd Iran International Electricity Exhibition that opened on Nov. 20 at the Tehran International Fairground, the Energy Ministry’s news service reported.
“To maximize power exchange and help stabilize power supply in the region, technical and operational procedures are underway to harmonize the electricity grids of Iran, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia, and all those networks will be connected in the near future,” he said.


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