Construction of incinerator, a field for Iran and Czech republic cooperation, Iran plans to construct 19 incinerators

Construction of incinerator, a field for Iran and Czech republic cooperation, Iran plans to construct 19 incinerators.

Meeting Czech republican deputy senate , Iranian energy minister announced the country intends to focus on renewable energies. Construction of incinerators in metropolises is the priority of Iran energy industry and that's a proper field for Iran and Czech republic cooperation.

According to Bargh News agency, Iran energy minister Hamid Cheetchian and Czech republicans deputy senate Parmisel Sobotka negotiated on bilateral capacities and capabilities in water and electricity industries.

Pointing out the country's capacities in installed power plants, Iran energy minister suggested the main resource of domestic electricity generation is natural gas and considering the gas power plants, the amount of generated atomic electricity is ignorable and includes only 1000 MWs. He added our mutual cooperation is historical and we are working on construction of Khoda Afarin hydro-power power plant.

He reiterated our approach on power generation in future will be certainly different from the past because Iran has focused on renewable energies.

Cheetchian also said in Paris COP21 conference, Iran committed to generate 7500 MWs renewable energy untill 2030 and we will surely welcome Czech republican competent companies to invest in that field.

He noted the principal resources of energy production in Czech republic are nuclear energy and incinerator power plants.Meanwhile the Czech republican deputy senate, Sobotka announced there's an incinerator power plant in the center of a city north of the country, working with high efficiency without any environmental pollution.

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