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Wednesday, 17 August 2022 08:05 GMT

Iran's yearly energy output increases by 6.4pct

(MENAFN) According to British Petroleum's (BP) most recent global energy study titled "Statistical Review of World Energy," Iran's power output climbed by 6.4 percent last year, placing the Islamic Republic as the 11th largest electricity producer international.

Based on the aforementioned research, Iran produced 357.8 terawatts pre hours of power last year, which is 20.6 terawatts per hours higher than in the year before. Moreover, the survey stated that the expected average yearly growth rate of power output in Iran for the ten-year period ending last year is 4.3 percent.

In the aforementioned year, the Islamic Republic generated 1.3 percent of the world's total power. According to data from British Petroleum, Iran's nuclear-powered energy production fell by 44.2 percent in 2021 in comparison to the prior year. In the aforementioned year, Iran produced 0.1 percent of the nuclear energy used worldwide.

With the building of the Bushehr nuclear power plant ten years ago, Iran became one of the nation’s producing nuclear energy.


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