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    Large-scale upgrade to electric networks to be carried out in Almaty - mayor

    December 8, 2021 - Interfax Kazakhstan General Newswire


      ALMATY. Dec 8 (Interfax-Kazakhstan) - In the city of Almaty upon starting work on transferring the Almaty TETS-2 (power plant) to natural gas the existing electric networks upgrade will begin, City Mayor Bakytzhan Sagintayev has said.

      "The city electrical networks are very worn out, they have long needed repair. (...) In parallel with the construction of the GPU [gas piston unit at TETS-2 ] the entire electric networks infrastructure upgrade will begin," Sagintayev told a Wednesday briefing.

      As reported, on November 19 this year President Kasym-Jomart Tokayev launched the construction of a 600 MW combined-cycle gas turbine at Almaty TETS-2.

      Coal emissions from the power is to decrease from 50,400 tonnes to 6,700 tonnes per year by 2026 after the facility is put into service.

      As reported earlier, Tokayev set a target to complete the first stage of the combined-cycle gas turbine at Almaty TETS-2 by 2023.


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