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Emerging markets infrastructure finance professional managing deals from origination to commercial/financial close. Experience includes advisory on PPP, Project Finance, M&A, investment...

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A short note on the early stage project development process

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Matt Chester on Feb 10, 2021

How might this process and timeline differ from the early stage project development in other nations-- whether neighbors of Uzbekistan or across the globe? 

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Henry Craver on Feb 18, 2021

I'm pretty much completely ignorant on the subject of Central Asia, but I do remember reading that Uzbekistan is one of the biggest electricity producers in the region—thanks largely to existing soviet infrastructure, I think. So, would big renewable strides in Uzbekistan have an outsized effect on net carbon emissions? 

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