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Title in national language: 
برنامه پنجم عمرانی کشور ( تجدید نظر شده) 1356 - 1352
Revision of previous policy?: 
Effective Start Year: 
Effective End Year: 
Document Type: 
Economic Sector: 
Energy, Power, Building, Multi-Sector
Energy Types: 
All, Power, Renewable, Solar, Wind, Other
Issued by: 
Head of the Islamic Parliament
No English translation available.
Overall Summary: 
The Fifth Five-Year National Development Plan calls for the optimization of production and efficiency of power plants, waste reduction and development of combined heat and power. To this end, affiliated companies are required: (a) to subsidize the purchase of electricity from disperse small-scale electricity producers through long-term contracts, and to convert 12,000 MW to gas; (b) to guarantee long-term contracts for the purchase of electricity produced from renewable energy and clean energy; and (c) to support the development of small power plants that produce electricity by the private sector and cooperative companies.
EE building standards: 
In order to modernize buildings and change energy consumption patterns in buildings and housing, municipalities are required to comply with the National Building Regulations.
EE financial incentives: 
In order to save energy and to encourage consumers to conserve energy and protect the environment, the Ministry of Energy, Oil and Mining can apply financial incentives to optimize energy consumption and encourage the production of high-quality energy-saving products.
Renewable Energy
RE priorities: 
In order to create an infrastructure for wind power plants and equipment for solar energy manufacturing equipment and the uptake of clean energy, the government is entitled to protect the private and cooperative sectors through managed funds and interest subsidy facility, producing up to five thousand MW of wind and solar energy.
Carbon markets: 
Organisations and companies that reduce their emissions under the international frameworks, such as the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), are allowed to trade or sell their CERs.
Energy institutional structures: 
The Department of Environment should take the necessary measures to reduce air pollution in line with international standards, including the promotion of GHG mitigation policies.