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Electricity Consumption Likely to Peak at 58,000 MW

Electricity Consumption Likely to Peak at 58,000 MWElectricity Consumption Likely to Peak at 58,000 MW

Electricity consumption is expected to reach a peak of 58,000 megawatts in the current fiscal (started March 21), which will be 2,600 MW more than that of last year, a deputy at Iran Power Generation, Distribution and Transmission Company said.
"As long as demand does not exceed 58,000 MW, there will be no worries about occasional outages," Mahmoud Reza Haqifam was also quoted as saying by Mehr News Agency on Monday. 
According to the official, Iran’s electricity consumption peaked at 55,400 MW in 2017, indicating a 7% rise compared with the consumption level in the corresponding period of previous year.
 

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