Iran’s nuclear plant connects to national electric grid

AP / Vahid Salemi

Something aired on the radio appeared quite convening for Iranians. On an announcement, theĀ  jockey explained that Iran will test run the first nuclear power plant that will connect the national power grid.

Mohammad Ahmadian, Iran’s deputy nuclear chief said that at first the plant will generate up to 60 megawatts of electricity. However, it will feed the grid at full capacity in upcoming months.

The power-plant located at the southern Iranian port of Bushehr has a total capacity of 1,000 megawatts. This Russian collaborated plant was supposed to complete on the past years. However, it has been duly postponed because of some reasons.

As a result of some issues, “the Speaker of Parliament postponed a visit to North Korea and China,” Iran state media reported. Hossein Sobhaninia, the Member of Parliament, said that Ali Larijani has also postponed his visit to Pyongyang and Beijing. These series of postponement came into light as Larijani’s meeting was not scheduled with other high-ranking North Koreans. Anybody didn’t comment on the condition of anonymity.

Iranian and North Korean officials said that they are on ‘one trench’ to fight against the West.

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2 Responses to Iran’s nuclear plant connects to national electric grid

  1. Philinda says:

    Very valid, pithy, scucicnt, and on point. WD.

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