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Week of September 22 - September 28, 2012
AFGHANISTAN KAZAKHSTAN KYRGYZSTAN TAJIKISTAN TURKMENISTAN UZBEKISTAN
Kyrgyzstan’s distribution companies can not introduce rolling blackouts by themselves – Kubanychbek Turdubayev - “Kyrgyzstan’s distribution companies can not introduce rolling blackouts by themselves,” Severelectro JSC technical director, Kubanychbek Turdubayev, stated at today’s press conference. According to him, Severelectro will try to prevent emergency power cutoff. “We are included in the “National electric network”, where power cutoff may occur due to overload. Local power cutoff will be, but they will be eliminated as soon as possible,” Kubanychbek Turdubayev explained....Source: 24.kg
Мониторинг антикоррупционной деятельности в энергосекторе Кыргызстана показал, что ежегодно из отрасли вымывается 4 млрд сомов или около $100 млн в год.
The Russian Ministry of Energy warned Tajikistan about possible shortage of gasoline.
Ashkhabad to sign energy contract with Turkish Çalik Enerji- Turkmen Administration has signed contract with Turkish company Çalik Enerji…"A major project in Turkmen history on energy infrastructure development has been approved, which is determined to modernize the energy supply system of the capital and the whole country as a perspective", the report says. Construction of 16 station complexes with capacity of 110 kW, 11station complexes with 35 kW capacity, 97 station complexes with 10 kW capacity, projecting and construction of 31000 meters long grid power station with capacity of 100 kW, 15900 meters long cable energy transmission system with 110 kW capacity...Source: Trend.az
PV interest in Uzbekistan increases- Several large photovoltaic power plants are expected to be built in Uzbekistan soon, with the participation of both local and foreign investors. The country's largest energy producer, state-owned Uzbekenergo, has told pv magazine it is planning to install a series of photovoltaic power plants totaling 2 GW over the next several years. The majority of funds for the project will be allocated from the company’s own sources, as well as the Asian Development Bank.....Source: Pv-Magazine.com
N. Nazarbayev and i. Karimov discussed the water problems in the region … confirmed their positions on waterpower development in the head of Syrdarya River.
The Ministry of Finance of Uzbekistan has approved new tariffs for natural gas for residents. Tariffs for natural gas will rise up to 14% from October 1st, 2012.