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Iran Small Industries and Industrial Parks Organization Approves to Develop Solar Park

During this meeting, the development of a special industrial town in Kerman Province and a district industry in Semnan Province get approval from the General Assembly of the Provinces Industrial Towns Company.

August 05, 2023. By Nivedita Ojha

In a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Iran Small Industries and Industrial Parks Organization, the theme was “Inflation Control and Production Growth”.

During this meeting, the development of a special industrial town in Kerman Province and a district industry in Semnan Province get approval from the General Assembly of the Provinces Industrial Towns Company.

The project was approved to set up the Sirjan solar energy specialized industrial town, as the fourth approved town dedicated to solar energy development.

With an area of 506 hectares in Sirjan City of Kerman province, this new industrial town targets to provide the establishment of small-scale power plants producing electricity from renewable sources.

By developing these towns and industrial areas, the overall land area available to the country’s towns and industrial zones will expand by 536 hectares.

During the years 2021 and 2022, the industrial land area witnessed a substantial growth of more than 280 percent compared to 2019 figures. More than 13,000 hectares were added to the overall industrial land area, which was subsequently offered to entrepreneurs and investors in line with relevant regulations and approved programs.

Furthermore, Iran’s Small Industries and Industrial Towns Organization, along with its affiliated provincial companies, fosters an impressive portfolio. It presently runs 858 towns and industrial zones and six special economic zones, facilitating direct employment to over 1 million individuals all over the nation.
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