mardi, avril 26, 2005

Iran, Sweden cooperate in the field of energy

LONDON, April 26 (IranMania) - Iranian professor in Sweden's Boras University on Monday acknowledged to cooperation between Iran's High Institute of Water and Power Industry Applied Sciences and Boras University in generation of energies that would be a substitute to fossil fuels.

Professor Mohammad Jafar Taherzadeh, who accompanies vice- chancellor of Boras University Ulf Hanning in his visit to Qeshm Island to sign training cooperation agreement with the Iranian Institute, said based on a joint plan most energies which do not exist in Iran and could be a substitute in future to the fossil fuels are included in the cooperation plan.

Referring to generation of electricity from garbage, Taherzadeh said any success for generation of electricity from Tehran's garbage, would provide a logical solution to the environmental problem, helping the country meet its electricity shortage.

He said the wind and solar energies as well as all the energies which exist in Iran and have been developed in Sweden, would be discussed in training courses in Iran.

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