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    Abu Dhabi's Taqa to jointly tap possible $3b worth of opportunities in Uzbekistan's power sector

    May 22, 2023 - Gulf News Report


      Dubai: Abu Dhabi's Taqa is entering a venture with the central Asian republic Uzbekistan to explore 'strategic opportunities' in that country's sector. This will apply to new and existing plants and associated infrastructure in projects that could be worth $3 billion plus.

      The agreement covers proposals for a new combined-cycle plant with a capacity of around 1.5 GW. The project is set to be developed adjacent to the existing Talimarjan complex where TAQA had announced plans to invest in the privatisation of two -fired plants.

      The new deal is expected to cover the design, financing, engineering, procurement, commissioning, testing, ownership and operation of the plant by Taqa.

      There could be further greenfield -fired plants with a combined capacity of more than 3GW along with and distribution infrastructure in Uzbekistan.

      "In addition to helping modernise Uzbekistan's network and generation sector capabilities, working closely with the country's leading ministerial agencies will allow us to expand our international portfolio, strengthening our position as a global utilities leader," said Jasim Husain Thabet, TAQA's Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

      Another Abu Dhabi entity Masdar - in which Taqa is a shareholder - entered a joint development agreement (JDA) with Uzbekistan's Ministry of Energy (MoE) and the Ministry of Investments, Industry and Trade (MIIT) to develop over 2GW of solar and wind projects and 500MW-hours of battery energy storage at multiple sites across the country.


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