Iran researchers design, build power plant in Sri Lanka
Posted on August 19th, 2018

Tehran, Aug 17, IRNA – For the first time in the world, Iranian researchers from Sharif University of Technology have designed, built and commissioned Uma Oya power plant in Sri Lanka.

The robotic complex of this project, which is one of the key and the most effective part of it, was completely designed and built in Iran and sent to Sri Lanka, said Sharif University professor Mohammad Dour Ali.

Sharif University of Technology is a prestigious public research university in Tehran and is widely considered to be the nation’s leading institution for engineering and physical science disciplines.

2 Responses to “Iran researchers design, build power plant in Sri Lanka”

  1. Christie Says:

    While countries like Iran is moving forward in techno we are going back.

    It is the Sinhalese Engineers who were directly involved with our first hydro electric.

    Reminds me of Iranian girls studying at the Institute of Practical Technology at Katubedda in early sixties.

  2. aloy Says:

    Our politicos have no shame. Where there is a dollar their finger will be there. Why Iran out of all countries?. Iran once messed up our Hydro project by engaging inexperienced tunneling contractors and our poor villagers are still suffering. Now another thing where their experience is not recognised. Perhaps we are paying with tea and this is another deal.

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