(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) BAKU, Azerbaijan, June 9. The Uzbek-Kyrgyz
Development Fund signed a credit agreement with Kyrgyz Kogart HPP
Company, where the fund undertakes to finance the construction of a
small hydropower plant (HPP) in Kyrgyzstan, trend reports.
According to the fund, it prioritizes projects that enhance
electricity generation from renewable sources. The approval of
financing for the small HPP construction demonstrates the fund's
commitment to promoting sustainable energy solutions.
The project envisions the construction of a small hydropower
plant with an installed capacity of 6.7 MW. Once operational, it is
estimated to generate an average annual electricity output of 20.1
The advantages of this project include boosting of the economic
development of the region, and creating 11 new job
Moreover, the project's electricity output will play an
important role in meeting the growing energy demands of Kyrgyzstan.
With an existing deficit, the supply of electricity from the small
hydropower plant will help stabilize the energy market.
The successful realization of this project is expected no only
to contribute to the country's energy security, but also advance
its sustainable development goals.
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