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بهره برداری از پروژه ملی دوگانه سوز كردن نیروگاه های دیزلی كشور

موج – ۱۸ اکتبر ۲۰۱۱

با برگزاری آیینی در نیروگاه دیزلی سنندج آغاز شد. به گزارش موج به نقل از پایگاه خبری وزارت نیرو، در این آیین مدیرعامل شرکت توزیع نیروی برق استان کردستان با اشاره به روند اجرای این پروژه در سال های اخیر، گفت: پروژه دوگانه سوز کردن نیروگاه های دیزلی کشور در سال های اخیر و با توجه به روند افزایشی قیمت سوخت مایع در شرکت توانیر مطرح و بدین منظور نیروگاه دیزلی سنندج به صورت پایلوت انتخاب شد. "محمدمصطفی نجفیان" ابراز امیدواری کرد: با حاصل شدن نتایج مطلوب، این پروژه در سایر نیروگاه های کشور نیز اجرایی شود. وی با اشاره به هزینه های بالای استفاده از ...

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