Iran’s Power Industry Analysis Report — Investment Risks & Opportunities in Post-Sactions Era

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Iran’s Power Industry Analysis Report — Investment Risks & Opportunities in Post-Sactions Era

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Iran’s electricity sector lies on the verge of a major transformation as the country is re-emerging from decades of sanctions and is positioning itself as an important recipient of foreign investment and finance. Iran’s Power Industry Analysis is the Energy Pioneers’ comprehensive report on challenges, opportunities and objectives of Iran’s long isolated electricity sector in the post-sanctions era. 

Last updated: January 2016

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By incorporating the perspectives of policy-makers and executives, together with the new legal, fiscal and political reforms, this 55-page report aims at providing a unique assessment on how Iran’s power industry will evolve in the post-sanctions period to respond to the country’s economic growth and strategic planning. 

Our aim was to provide a timely assessment and reasonable foresight to both international energy entities interested in enriching their research and analysis on Iran’s power sector, as well as investors keen to contribute to the development of this strategic industry. 

What sets this report apart from similar reports is that it extensively delves into the development and operation of Iran’s electricity sector covering the period between 2006 and 2015 by exclusively relying on the latest data and statistics published by stakeholders and relevant energy organisations within the Iranian power sector. Focused both on the current trend and short - to mid-term outlook of the sector, the report draws its specialised analysis partly from the information and data collected from Iran’s Ministry of Energy (MoE), the Iranian Electricity Syndicate (IES), Tavanir Co. (Iran’s Specialist Electricity Holding Company) and Parliament Research Centre, and partly from our specialists’ knowledge and expertise.