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Electricity Consumption Peaks at 51 Gigawatts

Electricity Consumption Peaks at 51 Gigawatts Electricity Consumption Peaks at 51 Gigawatts

Iran’s electricity consumption reached a peak of 51,272 megawatts on Sunday, indicating a rise of 764 MW compared with last year's corresponding period.
Electricity demand is forecast to reach as high as 56,000 MW this summer, according to ISNA, citing a report by the Energy Ministry.
According to the report, the national grid experiences the highest power load between 12 noon till 5 pm (morning peak) and 7 pm till 11 pm (evening peak) during the first six months of the year.
Reportedly, Iran's electricity exchange stood at 1,787 MW on Sunday, of which 1,230 MW accounted for exports.
 

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