(MENAFN) An Uzbek energy official declared that Uzbekistan intends to establish 25 100 megawatts (MW) solar power factories by 2030, with the first one to be done in two years.
Sherzod Khadjaev, deputy energy minister confirmed that Uzbekistan is to begin building the country's first 100 MW solar power factory in Navoi region this year.
He added that the country intends to finish the construction within two years, and that another 24 such stations are set to be established by 2030.
The government of Uzbekistan and SkyPower Global revealed that in 2018 the signing of a landmark solar power purchase deal, under which, SkyPower Global will invest 1.3 billion U.S. dollars to establish 1,000 MW of solar energy generation capacity across the country.
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