Central Asia’s promising renewable energy projects, including Uzbekistan’s clean energy ambitions and achieving climate action targets to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and dependence on nature Fossil fuels will be the focus of a leading energy conference later this month.
High-level International Investment Conference Central Asia & Mongolia Energy Week 2021 (https://camoenergyweek.com/) will take place on a virtual event platform on April 27-29 bringing together the authorities, project operators from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Mongolia, as well as IFIs / DFIs, multinational energy company.
The main goal of the event is to facilitate cooperation with international companies and financial institutions to attract foreign investment and advanced technology to promote the implementation of projects in the hydropower sector, solar and wind energy, hydrogen energy, as well as energy storage systems.
The conference will highlight promising construction projects, current and planned tendering, reforms, renewable energy financing and support programs, post-post supply chain sustainability. translation and other pressing issues.
The list of speakers and guests included Senior Investment Specialist, Department of Renewable Energy, FMO; Senior Investment Specialist, ADB; The main bank, EBRD; Head of Perspective Development and Basic Construction, Power Station (Kyrgyzstan); Managing Director, Sainshand Salkhin Park; Director, National Renewable Energy Center (Mongolia); Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Thermal Power Plant (Uzbekistan); Head of Strategic Development and Standardization, National Grid, Uzbekistan; Head of Tariff, Price and Market Division, Mongolian Energy Regulatory Commission; Deputy CEO, Chakan HPP and CEO, SolarTech.