Habibolah Bitaraf

Habibolah Bitaraf was Energy Minister of Iran for 8 years during the Mohammad Khatami presidency. He is a University of Tehran alumnus. During his serving as an Energy minister, many huge national projects were launched such as numerous power plants and dam construction projects.


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