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Turkey ready to build 7 power plants in Iran

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Turkey’s Unit International announced that it will construct seven gas power plants valued $4.2 billion.

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“The capacity for electricity production of these power plants equals 10 percent of Iran’s need to electricity,” the Unit International Company said in a statement.

The statements said that in line with the agreement reached with Iran’s Energy Ministry, seven gas power plants with capacities of 6,020 megawatts and at a value of $4.2 billion will be constructed in Iran.

Iranian Deputy Energy Minister Hooshang Fallahian had said that Iran would sign contracts with Turkey’s energy companies to construct 5,000-megawatt.

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