Electricity Users on the Rise in Iran

Electricity Users on the Rise in IranElectricity Users on the Rise in Iran

The number of electricity meters in Iran has reached 35.5 million with 3.5 million new consumers having joined the national grid since 2015. 
According to ISNA, household, agriculture, and industrial sectors account for 28.5 million, 436,000 and 242,000 consumers respectively. The rest are public and commercial companies.
Close to 650,000 new subscribers have been added to the number of users since March, indicating a 3.1% rise compared to the same period last year.
The news agency put electricity supply at 137 billion kilowatt-hours in the past eight months, of which 34.4% went to households.


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