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The construction of the first phase of Iran’s first coal-fired power plant in Tabas, South Khorasan Province, is 35% complete. The Tabas power station is expected to not contribute to air pollution as it will be equipped with advanced pollution-reduction systems. The Energy Ministry plans to build coal-fired power stations capable of producing 5,000 megawatts of power over the next two decades as Iran moves forward in its plan to diversify its sources of energy.

Iran’s First Coal-Fired Power Station Plan on Track

The construction of the first phase of Iran’s first coal-fired power plant in Tabas, South Khorasan Province, is 35% complete. The Tabas power station is expected to not contribute to air pollution as it will be equipped with advanced pollution-reduction systems. The Energy Ministry plans to build coal-fired power stations capable of producing 5,000 megawatts of power over the next two decades as Iran moves forward in its plan to diversify its sources of energy.

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