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Three Chinese companies have expressed interest in building wind power plants in Uzbekistan

On March 28, the Ministry of Energy of Uzbekistan signed a memorandum with Chinese enterprises, according to which the companies will explore the possibility of building wind power plants with a capacity of up to 1000 MW in the Jizzakh region. China Huadian Overseas Investments will participate in the project as an investor, CNEEC will become the general contractor, and SANY Renewable Energy will supply wind turbines.

Under the memorandum, direct investments of $1 billion will be made in Uzbekistan. Soon, specialists from Chinese companies will visit the construction site for study. Based on the analysis of relevant opportunities and procedures, the parties will sign an agreement on the construction of a wind power plant.

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