Tavanir Says Plans to Save 6,000 MW

Tavanir Says Plans to  Save 6,000 MW  Tavanir Says Plans to  Save 6,000 MW

Power Generation, Distribution and Transmission Company (Tavanir) plans to save close to 6,000 megawatts of power in the current fiscal year (started March 21) by adopting energy management measures, the managing director the company said.
“Tavanir is taking a set of measures like peak clipping to increase last year’s target of 4,000 MW to 6,000 MW this year in cooperation with domestic power companies,” Arash Kordi was also quoted as saying by ILNA on Saturday.
Kordi noted that the company plans to further publicize the reduction of power consumption during peak demand hours by industrial subscribers as well as households.
Peak clipping involves reducing system peak loads at set periods by eliminating unproductive energy use, which is a typical form of energy management.


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