Eighty-Seven Renewable Energy Facilities To Operate In Kazakhstan By End Of 2019.

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8 November, 2019

 

Eighty-seven renewable energy facilities with a capacity of 1,042 megawatts will be operating in Kazakhstan by the end of this year, announced Kazakh Prime Minister Askar Mamin at the Oct. 29 government meeting. The investment in the facilities was 406 billion tenge (US$1 billion).

 

The Almaty, Zhambyl and East Kazakhstan Regions lead in the number of renewable energy facilities. Minister of Ecology, Geology and Natural Resources Magzum Mirzagaliyev said climate change is on the agenda of many countries.
 

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