14th Int’l Electricity Industry Exhibition Opens in Southern Iran

The 14th International and Specialized Electricity Industry Exhibition opened in the Permanent Fairground of Fars province in Shiraz on Tuesday in the presence of top producers and activists of the industry.

Managing Director of Fars International Exhibition Mahmoud Mousavi said at the inaugural ceremony that the exhibition is seeking to support producers. industrialists and contribute to prosperity of local products.

It is a good opportunity for introducing the companies engaged in the sector and their achievements. he said.

Some 167 pavilions have been set up to display latest products in the sector. he said. noting that the number of participants show an increase by 25 percent although it was not held last year.

The 14th International and Specialized Electricity Industry Exhibition is underway in three halls measuring 6.000 square meters in area. displaying various products.

The exhibit will work until September 20.

Back in early February. Iran’s Minister of Energy Reza Ardakanian said that the power generation of the country has increased by 11.4 times since the victory of the Islamic Revolution in 1979.

Ardakanian said that Iran has moved up 24 ranks in terms of generation of electricity in the past forty years.

According to statistics. Iran’s rank of power generation in the world promoted from 38 to 14 and presently. the Ministry of Energy is exchanging electricity with its neighbors.

He made the remarks on February 02 in a press briefing held at the venue of the Ministry of Energy where evaluated the performance of his ministry in the past forty years and added.

Iran is currently supplying Iraq. Afghanistan and Pakistan with electricity. CEO of Tavanir Company Mohammad Hassan Motavallizadeh said on January 04. adding that the country is poised to double the volume of its power export to neighboring countries.

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