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Iran Renewable Electricity Output Exceeds 2.7 Billion kWh

Iran’s renewables sector has reached the capacity of 575 MW, with output exceeding 2.7 billion kilowatts-hour in the past decade
With more than 300 sunny days, Iran has remarkable potentials to expand solar energy infrastructure.With more than 300 sunny days, Iran has remarkable potentials to expand solar energy infrastructure.
Renewables have helped prevent the flaring of 588 million cubic meters of natural gas in nine years

Iran has produced 2.72 billion kilowatts-hour from renewables in the past nine years, in its stable and steady bid to shift focus from fossil fuels to greener energies.
According to data released by the Energy Ministry, the share of renewables in Iran’s energy mix has reached 575 MW since the move gained momentum in 2009.
The outlook is part of efforts to raise the meager share of renewable sources in Iran's power industry, which is mostly dependent on fossil fuels to meet its electricity demand.

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