Experience the rapid growth within energy & environment in Iran. During two intense days you will meet with key stakeholders and learn how to shorten time to market and lower risks while entering or expanding your business in Iran and leveraging on the opportunities within renewable energy to grow your international revenue.
Iran is currently planning to deploy renewable energy sources and these plans are driving the countries energy transition. On the verge of becoming a highly attractive emerging market for renewable energy projects, the country is set to experience rapid growth and the renewable energy production capacity is predicted to reach 5,000MW in the next five years. Measures have been taken to increase power capacity via sources such as wind, solar and geothermal. Projects to produce 600MW of electricity through wind and biomass and construction of a 50MW geothermal power plant in the northwest of Iran are examples of these. To increase incentives for investing in renewable energy the government has adopted new laws such as 20 years guaranteed period for power purchase.
Iran, with a population of over 80 million, has the fourth-largest oil reserves and the second-largest natural gas reserves in the world. The country’s significantly high energy consumption is projected to grow, making Iran the largest natural gas consumer in the world. Despite its rich hydrocarbon resources, Iran is pursuing projects to increase its reliance on renewable energy sources as it has an advantageous topography for energy saving and renewables. Business Sweden and Embassy of Sweden in Tehran have during the past year in close dialogue with Iranian authorities discussed areas of interest and value for Swedish companies in Iran. These critical areas will be discussed and evaluated during the delegation, as well as exclusive market insights from key stakeholders from the energy & environment sector.
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