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Heatwaves Could Cause Energy Crunch in Central Asia
Kyrgyzstan’s state utilities company is warning of potential energy shortages as a heatwave grips Central Asia.
Energy Security of Central Asia: An Overview
Nature has rewarded Central Asia with rich natural resources for high-quality energy generation.
The Strategic Importance of Ukraine’s Energy Infrastructure
Enlit Europe spoke to Christopher de Vere Walker, Director of SEEPX Energy, geospatial data and infrastructural risk specialists with a focus on Russia, Ukrain…
Millions Left without Power After Huge Blackout Hits Central Asia
Major cities in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan hit by power outages after an ’emergency imbalance’ in a power grid.
IEA Launches Hydropower Trading Roadmap for Tajikistan
The International Energy Agency has released a new roadmap that examines ways Tajikistan could maximise the potential value of its surplus hydropower through cr…
Chinese, Turkish Presidents Exchange Congratulations on 50th Anniversary of Diplomatic Ties
On the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between their countries.
Algeria to Boost Cooperation with China Under BRI Framework: President
Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune said on Monday that Algeria is ready to deepen cooperation with China in various fields under the framework of the Belt …
China, Turkmenistan to Strengthen Energy Cooperation
The Chinese foreign minister has expressed his country’s readiness to expand cooperation with Turkmenistan in various energy sectors.
Solar Power Plant
Abu Dhabi Deepens Investment in Uzbekistani Solar
Masdar’s latest, 400 MW solar project win followed hot on the heels of the award of the contract to develop a 457 MW solar field elsewhere in the central Asian…
ENI’s Versalis Licenses LDPE-EVA Technology for MTO Project in Uzbekistan
The plant is part of a global complex that will have a major importance in Central Asia due to its size and the technologies involved
Uzbekistan Joins Global Carbon Neutrality Race to 2050
European reconstruction bank signs on to assist Central Asian nation
Winter Energy Woes Bedevil Central Asia
Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan have all suffered in recent months from shortages and blackouts, their citizens experiencing cold nights and darkened li…
Tajikistan Hydro Project Receives $50m Rehabilitation Funding
The World Bank has approved additional grant financing of $50m for a second phase of rehabilitation at Nurek hydropower plant in the central Asia country of Taj…
Duglas Alliance and Stucky Join Forces for Hydropower Development
Duglas Alliance Ltd and Stucky Ltd will cooperate in hydropower development in the Caucasus, central Asia and Africa.
Uzbekistan Unveils 8GW Renewables Goal
Central Asian country Uzbekistan is planning to build 8GW of renewables capacity between 2020 and 2030 as part of a 10-year strategy for electricity provision…