Iran, Germany start new Power Talks

Iran and Germany have launched a new round of talks on setting up power plants in Iran, according to a report from Mehr News Agency.

Olaf Lies (pictured), Minister of Economic Affairs, Labor and Transport for the federal state of Lower Saxony, met with Homayoon Haeri the managing director of Iran Power Generation and Transmission Company (TAVANIR).

Haeri said that Germany is producing 90,000 megawatts solar and wind energy, which is more than Iran’s total electricity output capacity of 74,000 megawatts, and added “Iran generates most of its electricity by its fossil fuel power plant, but the Energy Ministry’s policy is willing to use renewable energy.

(Source: Mehr News Agency)

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