Syrian state-run SANA news agency reported that the deals were inked on September 12 during a visit by Syrian Electricity Minister Zuhair Kharboutli to Tehran.
He then highlighted that Iran's resources in water and electricity industries make the country able to play a bolder role in rebuilding the war-torn country of Syria.
The government of Syria has signed an agreement with Iran to fix parts of the war-torn country's power grid, state media said, in an early sign of the major role Tehran is expected to play in Syria's reconstruction.
During the more than six years of fighting, Syria's infrastructure has taken a tremendous hit.
Tehran has signed several agreements with its ally Damascus to improve the production and distribution of electricity in war-ravaged Syria, officials in Iran and Syrian state media said today.
The agreements involved "equipment, the network and power plants", he said, adding that Iranian firms were ready to carry out the work and that the Iranian government would support them.
Iran, along with Russian Federation, has backed President Bashar al-Assad in Syria's six-year-old civil war against USA - and Turkish-backed rebels and in the fight against the extremist group Islamic State (IS).
He said, 'We want the region to be stable and ask every country to behave proportionately to their territorial size, away from expansionism and greed'.
"We are glad that good news is coming out about the situation in Syria these days, and the terrorists are facing defeat and complete elimination", Sattar Mahmoudi, Iran's caretaker energy minister, said during the signing ceremony.
The latest developments in Syria as well as the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers featured high in the talks.
In January, Iran's government and entities close to the IRGC signed major telecommunications and mining deals with Damascus.