BAKU, Azerbaijan, October 3. The electricity generation of Iran’s Shahid Salimi (Neka) Thermal Power Plant in the Mazandaran Province (northern Iran), increased by 6 percent during this summer (June 22 through September 22, 2022), compared to the last summer, the head of Iran’s Neka Power Generation Management Company Hossein Ali Taziki said, Trend reports citing Iranian Energy Ministry.
Taziki said that in total, the Shahid Salimi TPP has generated 850 million kilowatt-hours of electricity during summer season.
Iran's Shahid Salimi (Neka) TPP has four steam units, and each of them can generate 440 megawatts of electricity. The thermal power plant also has two gas units, each of which can generate 137.6 megawatts of electricity.
In addition, the TPP has one gas-steam unit with a capacity of 160 megawatts of electricity and two expansion turbines with a capacity of 9.4 megawatts each.
Iran's Shahid Salimi Neka TPP has the capacity to generate a total of 2,214 megawatts of electricity and accounts for more than 4 percent of electricity generated in Iran.
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