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    China will build a 1 GW wind farm in the south of Kazakhstan

    May 19, 2023 - Turan Information Agency


      Baku/19.05.23/Turan: The State Energy Investment Corporation of China (CPIH) and the Chinese SANY Renewable Energy intend to build a 1 GW wind farm park in the Jambul region of Kazakhstan, the press service of the Samruk-Kazyna State Fund reported.

      The corresponding memorandum of cooperation was signed on Thursday in Xi'an between Samruk-Kazyna, the Ministry of National Economy of Kazakhstan, CPIH and SANY Renewable Energy within the framework of the state visit of the President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev to China.

      The new fleet of wind power plants will increase the total renewable generation capacity in Kazakhstan by 40%. An energy storage facility will be built next to the wind farm, which will smooth out fluctuations in wind generation when weather conditions change, the report says.

      In addition, CPIH intends to build several plants in Kazakhstan for the production of towers, gondolas, and blades of wind turbines. -0--


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