Research & Development
Iranian knowledge-based companies have indigenized the technology for manufacturing 50 strategic products applied in the water and electricity sector of the country in the current Iranian calendar year (ends on March 19), the managing director of Iranian Electrical Power Equipment Manufacturing and Provision Company (known by its Persian acronym SATKAB) told IRIB on Tuesday.
Mohammad-Vali Alaedini emphasized that relying on domestic capabilities these companies managed to indigenize 50 strategic products in this year, which has been named as “Year of Pick-up in Production”.
SATKAB is tasked with logistic operations and activities related to the pick-up in production, the official said, adding, “In the present year, we have invited knowledge-based companies to tackle the challenges that national water and electricity industries are facing in a move to support domestically-made products.”
Some 27.33 billion cubic meters of water is stored behind the dams across Iran, indicating that 54 percent of the capacity of the country’s dams is full, according to the Iranian Energy Ministry data.
Iran’s first specialized exhibition of water and electricity industry was opened in Kabul on Tuesday, the Energy Ministry portal (Paven) reported.
Iranian Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian has said that a new bill is going to be drafted for the country’s “Law of Fair Water Distribution,” to ensure the protection of the country's water resources, the ministry portal PAVEN reported.
Iran's Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Organization (known as SATBA) has signed a deal with the Water and Wastewater Department of Tehran Province to purchase the electricity generated by the country’s only biogas power plant which is run by the mentioned department.
Nearly 37 billion cubic meters of water is stored behind the dams across Iran, indicating that 71 percent of the capacity of the country’s dams is full, a report by Iran Water Resources Management (IWRM) said.
Mohammad-Reza Bakhtiari, the managing director of Tehran Province Water and Wastewater Company, has said no water outage or rationing is on the agenda despite the 25-percent increase in the capital city’s water consumption in the Q1 of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20-June 20), IRIB reported.