Energy Industry

15.12.2017

Kazakhstan to consolidate energy transmission companies by 2022

The Kazakh government plans to consolidate the country’s electrical grid and reduce the number of energy transmission companies by 30 percent by 2022.

“We expect the number of energy transmission companies to reduce from 160 to 110 and 27 public utilities and 23 private energy transmission enterprises will cease operations by...

The Kazakh government plans to consolidate the country’s electrical grid and reduce the number of energy transmission companies by 30 percent by 2022.

“We expect the number of energy transmission companies to reduce from 160 to 110 and 27 public utilities and 23 private energy transmission enterprises will cease operations by...

08.12.2017

Green technologies introduced in Pavlodar, Kazakhstan

Two hundred containers for the disposal of mercury-containing bulbs are to be installed in the cities of the Pavlodar region of Kazakhstan, Pavlodar, Ekibastuz, and Aksu, at no cost. In the regional center, there will be 160 containers, in Ekibastuz 30 and 10 in Aksu.

According to specialists of the Pavlodar...

Two hundred containers for the disposal of mercury-containing bulbs are to be installed in the cities of the Pavlodar region of Kazakhstan, Pavlodar, Ekibastuz, and Aksu, at no cost. In the regional center, there will be 160 containers, in Ekibastuz 30 and 10 in Aksu.

According to specialists of the Pavlodar...

06.12.2017

50 energy transmitting companies to be liquidated within 5 years in Kazakhstan

As part of the process of consolidating regional electric grid companies in Kazakhstan by 2022, the number of energy transmitting organizations will be reduced by 30%. This was announced at the briefing in the Central Communications Service by director of electric power department of the Energy Ministry of Kazakhstan Baurzhan...

As part of the process of consolidating regional electric grid companies in Kazakhstan by 2022, the number of energy transmitting organizations will be reduced by 30%. This was announced at the briefing in the Central Communications Service by director of electric power department of the Energy Ministry of Kazakhstan Baurzhan...

05.12.2017

New energy efficiency plans to unlock Kazakhstan's energy potential

Kazakhstan is set to develop urban Energy Efficiency Plans for its two largest cities - Astana and Almaty. A new study, conducted jointly by city municipalities and the World Bank, outlines key improvements to be made in the energy sector of the two cities within the next 15 years, allowing...

Kazakhstan is set to develop urban Energy Efficiency Plans for its two largest cities - Astana and Almaty. A new study, conducted jointly by city municipalities and the World Bank, outlines key improvements to be made in the energy sector of the two cities within the next 15 years, allowing...

30.11.2017

Kazakhstan: new energy efficiency plans for Astana and Almaty

Kazakhstan is set to develop urban Energy Efficiency Plans for its two largest cities – Astana and Almaty. A new study, conducted jointly by city municipalities and the World Bank, outlines key improvements to be made in the energy sector of the two cities within the next 15 years, allowing...

Kazakhstan is set to develop urban Energy Efficiency Plans for its two largest cities – Astana and Almaty. A new study, conducted jointly by city municipalities and the World Bank, outlines key improvements to be made in the energy sector of the two cities within the next 15 years, allowing...


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