Iran's Shirvan Combined Cycle Power Plant in the North Khorasan Province generated 592,000 megawatt-hours of electricity for the second month of the current Iranian year (April 21 through May 21, 2022), head of the power plant Reza Marjanzadeh said, Trend reports citing Iranian Energy Ministry.
According to Marjanzadeh, in total, the power plant had a capacity to generate 739,000 megawatt-hours electricity for the second month.
The official also added that within the second month, the efficiency of the power plant was more than 47.5 percent.
"Over the second month, Iran's Shirvan Combined Cycle Power Plant used about 80 million cubic meters of gas and 50 million liters of diesel," he said.
Iran's Shirvan Combined Cycle Power Plant can generate a total of 1,114 megawatt-hours of electricity. The power plant has 6 gas units with a generation capacity of 159 megawatt-hours each, and 3 steam units with a generation capacity of 160 megawatt-hours each.