Niroo Parse Company
Niroo Parse, or Tolid va Tose’e Istgahi Niroo Parse (Parse Power Plant Production and Development Company), was established in August 2011 as a private corporation with the primary objective of undertaking the development and implementation of Distributed Generation power plants.
Niroo Parse joined forces with Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) as a long term business partner in Iran. Specifically, Niroo Parse will offer power plant solutions utilizing Hyundai gas-fueled HiMSEN generator set series through an agreement with Hyundai to employ their brand for low-speed applications. A high concentration of business expertise and experience among corporate team members and managers is what distinguishes Niroo Parse and promises success in its business endeavor.
Niroo Parse Activity
Designing, Implementing, building and assembling all elements of power plants including installation, parts and equipment.
At Niroo Parse, we assist our clients in every step of the way toward their Distributed Generation Power Plant project: from facilitating various required government licensing procedures to performing project feasibility studies and economic evaluations.
Niroo Parse at the 18th Iran International Electricity Exhibition – November 2018
25 MW Tonekabon Power Plant Commissioning completed in March 2017
Niroo Parse at the 10th International Renewable Energy Exhibition – March 2017
Niroo Parse Activities
Niroo Parse Project
Distributed generation (DG), also known as on-site generation, distributed resources (DR), distributed energy resources (DER) or dispersed power (DP) is the use of small-scale power generation technologies located close to the load being served. The DG marketplace includes energy companies, equipment suppliers, regulators, energy users and financial and supporting companies. For some facilities, DG can lower costs, improve reliability, reduce emissions, or expand energy options. DG may also add redundancy that increases grid security. Facilities can also recover and utilize heat from their DG systems, a practice known as combined heat and power.