Uzbekistan gets Saudi push

ACWA Power, a Saudi developer of power generation, signed an implementation agreement with the Ministry of Investments & Foreign Trade, and the Ministry of Energy of Uzbekistan for the development of a 1,500MW windfarm. The proposed 1,500MW windfarm in Karakalpakstan, an autonomous republic situated to the northwest of the country, would on commissioning become the largest windfarm in Central Asia, and one of the largest onshore windfarms in the world. The project seeks to bolster the Uzbekistan governments efforts to diversify the country’s energy mix and increase its renewable energy capacity in line with recent strategic reforms. The project is expected to offset approximately 2.5 m

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