In the fourth session of the joint meeting to resolve the problems of holders of the construction license and the guaranteed power purchase of clean & renewable power plants contract, the possibility of exporting 300 MWs of renewable energy electricity to Afghanistan was raised
According to public relations and international affairs of SATBA: The fourth session of the joint meeting on solving the problems of holders of license and a contract for the guaranteed power purchase of clean & renewable power plants was held in the provinces of Khorasan Razavi, North and South with the presence of SATBA experts, deputy for planning and research of Khorasan regional electricity company and a group of managers and experts of Khorasan regional electricity companies, Mashhad electricity distribution, North and South Khorasan distribution in the hall of meetings of regional electricity company of Khorasan. The report adds, at the beginning of the meeting, deputy for planning and research of Khorasan regional electricity company pointed to the potential of the construction of renewable and clean power plants in these provinces especially wind power plants in Khaf district in Khorasan Razavi province, and the procedure for issuing grid connection licenses in the same company and added that, so far, we have issued more than 1000 MWs of grid connection licenses in the province, and now more than 52 MWs of power plants from renewable and clean power plants have been operated in the provinces of Khorasan Razavi and southern district. Referring to the possibility of exporting 300 MW of renewable energy to Afghanistan, he mentioned that we hope this will be achieved by building a 400 kV electricity-line to Afghanistan and building the necessary infrastructure in Afghanistan. Subsequently, SATBA experts described the executive process of issuing, controlling, extending and revoking construction permits, as well as how to formulate and control of the contracts for renewable and clean power plants, they also exchanged viewpoints with managers and experts of electricity companies on how to solve the occurred problem for the applicants facing trilateral licensing complications.