Renewables Help Iran Save 474 Million Liters of Water

Renewables Help Save Water,  Curb Greenhouse EmissionsRenewables Help Save Water,  Curb Greenhouse Emissions

Close to 2.1 billion kilowatt hours of electricity have been generated from renewable sources since June 2009.
According to ILNA, the generated power has helped the country save 474 million liters of water in the last nine years, of which 13 million liters were saved between Nov. 22 and Dec. 21, 2017.
Iran's installed power capacity stands at around 77,000 megawatts, of which 581 MW come from renewables, including wind and solar.
ILNA added that during this period, renewables have helped the country reduce greenhouse emissions by as much as 1.48 million tons.


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