Iran committed to producing 10 GW of nuclear electricity

The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) said that the Islamic Republic is committed to expanding its nuclear electricity sector to reach the generation capacity of 10 gigawatts (GW).
Mohammad Eslami stated that Iran will make efforts to attract foreign investment into its nuclear electricity sector, adding that the budget law for the calendar year to March 2024 projects the construction of nuclear power plants with reliance on domestic and foreign investments, IRNA reported.
Eslami also emphasized that the AEOI has played a strategic role in tapping the potential of knowledge-based companies in Iran and using them in the country’s nuclear sector.
Iran’s first and only nuclear power plant in Bushehr is capable of producing nearly 1 GW of electricity.


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