Iran and Armenia to boost energy cooperation

01/06/2011 00:00 Electricity Market

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The Iranian newspaper Teheran Times reported that Iran and Armenia will start the construction of a third electricity transmission line between the two countries within two weeks. The project is estimated to cost about $110 million and will have a capacity of 800-900MW between the two countries.

The move came after the Iranian and Armenian energy officials have signed a memorandum of understanding on Monday which reiterated the need to boost cooperation on energy between the two countries. The new electricity line will boost the capacity of power swap between the two countries from the current capacity of 300 MW to 500-800MW. Another subject of negotiations between those two parties was to build two hydroelectric plants in Iran and Armenia of 180-megawatt each.

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