Recently, Kazakhstan announced its plan to make maximum use of renewable energy sources.

The Central Asia’s largest country is planning to launch a new wind power plant in Aktyubinsk, Kazakhstan’s western region that borders Russia to the north. The plant will be constructed thanks to a $116 million deal.

Overall, new auctions launched by the Kazakh government will allocate 1 GW of renewable energy generation capacity, including 620 MW of wind power plants.

Also, this May, Sky Power and The Government of Uzbekistan announced the signing of a landmark 1,000 MW Solar Power Purchase Agreement

In this context, the Summit is going to pave you the way to catch this opportunity, bring you a know-sharing platform by gathering most of the industry leaders in this market.

 

More information:

http://www.renewableasia.org

Date events
27 February 2019 to 28 February 2019
Where
Astana, Kazakhstan

Contact

Jens Jaeger

Policy & Business Development Officer

+32 2 709 55 42