Iran cuts electricity supply to Iraq
Middle East Monitor writes that Iran has cut electricity supplies to Iraq due to unpaid bills, the Ministry of Electricity in Baghdad said on Friday. This has exacerbated the country’s electricity crisis, Anadolu has reported.
Iran-Armenia sign four cooperation documents
The Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Armenia signed four cooperation documents, including a document for a joint economic commission, two documents on customs cooperation, and a sports document, at the closing ceremony of the fifteenth session of the Iran-Armenia Joint Cooperation Commission.
South Korea to invest in Iranian solar project
South Korea will invest in the construction of a solar power plant in Zarandieh, central Iran. A South Korean delegation visited an area in Markazi Province, Iran, where a solar power plant is to be built, reported China's Xinhua News Agency.
Iran aims to connect to European electricity grid
The Iranian Minister of Energy has described the latest details of Iran's electricity exchanges with neighboring countries and the possibility of connecting to the European electricity grid.
Electricity from sewage for Tehran
The CEO of the Water and Sewerage Company of Iran announced: “Electricity production from treated sewage has begun in Tehran. This will also take place in the big cities of Isfahan, Shiraz, and Tabriz in the near future.”
Japan USD 10BN credit line for Iran
The Japanese Ambassador to Iran has announced a USD 10BN credit line for Japanese companies wishing to invest in joint projects in Iran.
Iran electricity industry attracts $5bn in foreign investment
Iran’s Energy Ministry has signed investment deals and memoranda of understanding with several foreign firms for a planned production of 10,000 megawatts of electricity at its power plants, as part of a total foreign investment of up to five billion dollars.