General Policies on Energy decreed by the Supreme Leader

Passed in 2001
The General Policies on Energy called for an increase in gas production capacity, according to the country's reserves, to meet domestic consumption and maximum replacement of petroleum products. It also required: optimum consumption and reduced energy intensity; diversification of the country's energy resources, with efforts to increase the share of renewables energies, primarily hydropower; to acquire the technical knowledge of renewable energy technologies such as wind and solar and fuel cells, and power and geothermal in the country.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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