About MD1

MAPNA was established in 1992 to implement thermal power plant projects. The successfully completed projects for construction and development of Arak Power Plant and Montazer Ghaem Power Plant together with increasingly growing domestic demand for energy in various sectors prompted the Iranian Ministry of Energy and Iran Power Development Co (IPDC) to enter into contracts with MAPNA for constructing 30 gas-fired power stations.
The contract for 30 gas-fired power stations was later called the “30-Turbine Project” in MAPNA.
In 1999, an EPC contract was made by and between IPDC and MAPNA to cover this project valued at over one billion Euros. MAPNA and IPDC joined efforts to realize the objectives defined under the scope of the project which included construction of gas-fired power stations in different Iranian provinces including Tehran, Kerman, Fars, Kurdistan, and Khorasan. The objectives included technology transfer, domestic design and manufacturing of relevant equipment, enhanced engineering capabilities, and improved management knowledge for power plant projects.
MD1 was established in 1999 within MAPNA Group based on the “30 Gas Turbines Project”. Following the reorganization of MAPNA, the successful project for constructing 30 gas turbines was registered as the first independent incorporation within MAPNA family called “Power Plants Construction & Development- MD1” and it was decided that 30 turbines would continue to operate at 2544 MW using 16 power stations together with four additional power plant projects developed within MD-1.
For its professional operations and power plant construction projects generating over 18,000 MW of power in 27 regions in Iran, MD-1 is known as the largest EPC contractor for constructing gas-fired power plants in Iran. In doing the projects undertaken by MD-1, we take pride not only in how our customers are satisfied with our services, but also in our firm social commitments, particularly when it comes to environmental issues.


To contribute to the development of the country by providing engineering, supply, construction, financing, and project management services in connection to thermal power plants, power substations and transmission, industrial and power plant cooling systems, and renewable energies


To become an active EPCF contractor for power plants and industrial projects in over three countries and five areas by March 2022


Customer orientation
Professional ethics

About our Board of Directors

Mr. Abolfazl ASGARI (Engineer)

Chairman and Director of the Power Department

Mr. Mohammad Nabi FARAJI (Engineer)

Vice Chairman and CEO

Mr. Manouchehr JABBARI (Engineer)

Board Member and CEO of Alborz Turbine Company


Member of board of Directors

Mr. Alireza HOSSEINALI (Engineer)

Director & Managing Director, MAPNA International Company

Organizational Structure



As a member of MAPNA and a leading knowledge enterprise in designing and engineering, supply of equipment, manufacturing, installation and commissioning of power plant and industrial projects for renewable energies and distributed generation, MD1 has established an integrated management system based on the international standards ISO 9001-2015, ISO14001-2015, ISO 45001-2018, ISO 27001-2013, and ISO 20000-2011 and undertakes to.

  • Observe all relevant legal and other applicable requirements;
  • Continuously improve the performance of its integrated management system;
  • Address hazards, reduce risks, and provide safe and healthy conditions to prevent injury and occupational disease;
  • Establish a mechanism and lay the groundwork for engaging employees and stakeholders while using their inputs; and
  • Protect the environment by adopting appropriate measures including prevention of pollution and other particular commitments related to the organizational environment

To ensure alignment with the strategic direction, the organization focuses on

  • Enhanced customer satisfaction and improved relationships with stakeholders
  • Protecting the brand image and reputation in power plant business
  • Improved productivity in project management
  • Developing a proactive approach to promoting HSE
  • Development of new businesses and international market
  • Employee development and empowerment tailored to organization and culture
  • Innovation and knowledge management
  • Building strategic partnerships and capacities for financing
  • Service-based Delivery and continuous improvement and development of information technology
  • Managing security risks for information property, confidentiality, accessibility, and integrity