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Converting Power Plants to Combined Cycles on Agenda

The Energy Ministry owes over $900 million in unpaid dues to MAPNA which, if settled, would help resume and expedite the ongoing projects
Converting Power Plants to Combined Cycles on AgendaConverting Power Plants to Combined Cycles on Agenda
MAPNA has power projects with a total capacity of 10,000 megawatts

Iran's top engineering and energy conglomerate MAPNA Group is considering the conversion of all its single-cycle power plants into combined cycles, the managing director of MAPNA said on Sunday.
"Plans are being devised to change all MAPNA's power plants into combined cycles parallel with a move that started in 2005," Abbas Aliabadi was also quoted as saying by ILNA.
"Many facilities have since been converted into the clean, eco-friendly combined cycles," he added.

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