MAPNA Ready to Increase Installed Power Capacity

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MAPNA Ready to Increase Installed Power CapacityMAPNA Ready to Increase Installed Power Capacity
MAPNA is a group of Iranian companies involved in the development and execution of thermal and renewable power, oil and gas, and railroad transportation projects

Iran's top engineering and energy enterprise MAPNA Group is all set to add 5,000 megawatts of new electricity production capacity to the national grid until 2019. 
In a news briefing, MAPNA CEO Abbas Aliabadi said if the government were to settle MAPNA's debts, the conglomerate is ready not only to increase the country's installed power capacity but also to improve power plants' efficiency from 35% to 50%, ILNA reported.
According to the official, the company has received financial assistance neither from banks nor the National Development Fund of Iran. 


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