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The largest photovoltaic project invested and constructed by a Chinese enterprise in Central Asia, the 1 GW photovoltaic project in Uzbekistan has been connected to the grid at full capacity

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This site reported on July 2 that according to China Energy Construction Co., Ltd. (this site’s note: hereafter referred to as “Energy China”), on June 28, local time, the largest photovoltaic project invested and constructed by a Chinese-funded enterprise in Central Asia ——Uzbekistan’s 1 GW photovoltaic project has been connected to the grid at full capacity. The 1 GW photovoltaic projects in Uzbekistan are invested by China Energy Construction Investment Corporation, including the 500 MW Buzhou and Kazhou 500 MW projects. Among them, the Kazhou project is under general contracting and construction by the joint venture of China Energy Engineering Tianjin and Northeast Engineering Research Institute, and the Buzhou project is under general contracting and construction by China Energy Construction Group, with Xinjiang Research Institute participating in the design.

中企在中亚投资建设的最大光伏项目,乌兹别克斯坦 1 吉瓦光伏项目全容量并网


▲ Panoramic view of Buzhou 500 MW project
According to reports, this project is the first large-scale new project invested and constructed by Chinese-funded enterprises in Central Asia after the China-Central Asia Summit in May 2023 The energy project is also the largest photovoltaic project invested and constructed by Chinese-funded enterprises in Central Asia under the background of the “One Belt, One Road” initiative.

中企在中亚投资建设的最大光伏项目,乌兹别克斯坦 1 吉瓦光伏项目全容量并网

During the construction and operation of the project, approximately 1,600 new jobs will be created for the local area. After it is put into operation, the annual power generation capacity will reach approximately 2.4 billion kilowatt hours.

It is expected to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 2.4 million tons per year, equivalent to saving 520 million cubic meters of natural gas.

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