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New Power Capacity for Sistan-Baluchestan

New Power Capacity for Sistan-Baluchestan New Power Capacity for Sistan-Baluchestan

Operations to build new combined-cycle power plants in southeastern Sistan-Baluchestan Province, with a collective capacity of 1,350 megawatts, are underway as part of efforts to minimize outages.
"The ventures include the four state-run Zahedan, Konarak, Bampur and Iranshahr plants, plus Chabahar's gas-fired plant, which are operated by the private sector," Hamidreza Azimi, Thermal Power Plants Holding Company's deputy for planning, was quoted as saying by ILNA on Monday.
According to Azimi, the projects will add 600 MW to Sistan-Baluchestan's power capacity upon their partial implementation by summer 2020.
"All the ventures, with a combined capacity of 1,350 MW, are slated to go on stream by 2021," he said.

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