Key executives confirmed to attend Hydropower Central Asia and Caspian 2020

30 January 2020

Senior executives of the key investment projects for construction and reconstruction of hydropower plants in Central Asia, North Caucasus, and the Caspian region have confirmed their participation in the 4th Annual International Congress and Exhibition Hydropower Central Asia and Caspian 2020 (Bishkek, 19-20 February 2020).

The Congress and Exhibition are held under the auspices and personal involvement of high-level delegations from the State Committee for Industry, Energy and Subsoil of the Kyrgyz Republic, National Energy Holding, Investment Promotion and Protection Agency of the Kyrgyz Republic.

Among the initiators of investment projects who have confirmed their participation are:

  • Electric Power Plants, Kyrgyzstan – the main producer of electric power in Kyrgyzstan, a sole operator of large and medium-sized hydroelectric plants in the country. The company has a series of projects to be developed before 2025, including: reconstruction of Toktogul HPP, reconstruction of At-Bashinskaya HPP, reconstruction of Uch-Kurgan HPP, construction of Kambarata HPP-1, and the second hydrounit of Kambarata HPP-2;
  • Samruk-Energo, Kazakhstan – Kazakhstan’s major multi-purpose energy holding managing all major HPPs in the country. The company is working on modernisation of Shardarinskaya HPP, which includes replacement of all 4 hydrounits, and considers the project for capacity expansion at Moynakskaya HPP;
  • Rogun HPP, Tajikistan – HPP construction project which is under development and scheduled for completion by 2033. It is planned to install 6 hydrounits with the capacity of 600 MW each;
  • Nurek HPP, Tajikistan – to date, the company develops the first phase of the reconstruction of Nurek plant; the entire project implies 2 phases with total investment of up to 700 million US dollars. The complete renewal of the plant will take 10 years;
  • Eco Energy, Russia develops a project for establishment of an energy cluster in the Dagestan Republic. The project is a complex of power generating facilities with overall capacity of 525 MW, 300 MW of which are the facilities of small hydropower.

A full list of investment projects in the region can be requested on the event website



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