Kazakhstan’s Third Wind Power Plant to Be Launched in Summer
Kazakhstan’s third wind power plant in Akmola region will be officially launched in the summer.
The wind facility is located precisely in the Krasnyi Yar village near Kokshetau city where five generators have been installed.
Director of Entrepreneurship Department of Kokshetau City, Andrey Podgurskiy said the wind turbines at the plant are constructed using technology that was presented at the Expo 2017 in the Kazakh capital.
“In total, the generated electricity will be distributed across the Akmola region, Kokshetau city and the surrounding areas,” he added.
The power of each of the generator will reach 750 kilowatts. The total amount will be 3.75 megawatts per hour.
The project is worth two billion Tenge.
Kazakhstan is actively developing energy-efficient projects to strengthen its renewable energy industry.
The share of the country’s total volume of electricity production is expected to be increase to 3% next year. By 2050, the share of renewable energy would rise to 50%.