Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan increasing wind

Two wind projects totaling 650 MW have been announced in Central Asia, while Eastern Russia has also seen an increase in wind.

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Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan will both see new projects. Eni and GE have announced the installation of a wind farm consisting of 13 turbines in Kazakhstan, while Turkish company Etka Co Enerji has been tasked with building a 600 MW wind farm according to Uzbek media Uza.

The project in Kazakhstan follows from the memorandum of understanding which the Italian utility Eni and US turbine manufacturer GE signed with the Kazakhstani government last year for a 50 MW wind project.

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