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Green light of alternative energy

Uzbekistan National News Agency (UzA)

It is estimated that the accelerated development of the industry by 2030 will lead to the consumption of more than 105 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity in the country.

And therefore, the issue of the widespread use of alternative energy sources is on the country’s agenda.

The equipment and technologies based on them are environmentally friendly, do not harm the environment, and do not lead to man-made disasters.

“12 percent of the total generated energy falls on our share”, says Khasan Khasanov, Head of Department of Uzbekhydroenergo JSC. – This year we are planning to increase our share to 17 percent with the construction of hydroelectric power plants. There are many projects. Foreign companies are also showing interest. We are also planning to jointly construct hydropower plants with neighboring countries.

Sayyora Shoyeva, UzA


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