Developing Renewable Energies in Iran

Abad, Mohammad Reza Asadi Asad; Moharrampour, Mahdi; Abdollahian, Heidar; Ali, Masoumeh Shir; Mohagheghzadeh, Fatemeh
May 2012
International Journal of Energy, Information & Communications;May2012, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p17
Academic Journal
Destructible fuels, variety to energy resources developing constantly and secure the energy, ecosystem problems due to the consumption of clean fuel energy and being renewable energy sources like solar, wind, biomass and etc caused a global attention to expand and developed the consumption of renewable energies and have increased the number of global consumers. This article studies the situation and developing of renewable energies in Iran. These pages study the situation of power stations in Iran and different schemes about that.


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