Norwegian startup strikes EUR 2.5 billion solar deal with Iran

One year after he was dismissed from an oil services company, a Norwegian electro-engineer has landed an agreement to install 2 GW of solar plants in Iran via his two-man company.
Photo: Mainstream Renewable Power
Photo: Mainstream Renewable Power

Norwegian solar company Saga Energy has entered an agreement worth EUR 2.5 billion with state-owned Iranian company Amin Energy Developers for the installation of several solar plants worth 2 GW, to be carried out over the coming four to five years, reports Reuters.

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