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Trilateral MoU to  Build Solar Plant
Trilateral MoU to  Build Solar Plant
Monday, February 26, 2018

Trilateral MoU to Build Solar Plant

Monday, February 26, 2018

Trilateral MoU to Build Solar Plant

Post Bank of Iran has signed a trilateral memorandum of understanding with domestic companies on development of power plants.
The agreement was signed with Solar Power Plant Project Management Company, a consulting and project management firm, and Solar Sanat Firouzeh, an equipment supplier, on Saturday, IRNA reported.
The MoU concerns the bank's finance amounting to $70 million for building a 50-MW solar power plant.
According to Mostafa Azad, a member of Iran Electrical Industry Syndicate, the agreement is aimed at facilitating the private sector's involvement in developing the sector. 
 

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