Central Asia possesses vast renewable energy resources including solar, wind and water, largely untapped. This huge potential attract more and more investment into this region as the local government is striving to develop the renewable energy with a series policies.
Kazakhstan aim to reach 50% of total electricity to be generated by renewable sources by 2050, with completing 36, totally 857.93MW renewable energy projects in 2018.
Uzbekistan targets to have up to 5GW of installed solar capacity by 2030. After a tender of 100MW PV project completed in Oct 2019, government signed a mandate with International Finance Corporation (IFC) for new PPP tenders for up to 900MW of solar projects.
After the great success of 2019, the 2nd Central Asia Renewable Energy Summit (CARES 2020) will be back in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, during Feb 27-28, 2020.
Focus on Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan & Tajikistan, CARES will brought a series of deep discussion covering Solar, Wind & Hydro Power by gathering most of the key decision makers in this region, helping you to secure opportunities and win tenders.
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