CONSTRUCTION OF A THERMAL POWER PLANT IN SHIRIN CITY, SYRDARYA REGION
About the project: China Gezhouba Group Corporation (CGGC), a Chinese business, has been chosen as the project general contractor and will construct the turnkey plant.
OPERATOR: Acwa Power Sirdarya
POWER: 1500 MW
TIMEFRAME: Q4 2023
CONSTRUCTION OF A THERMAL POWER PLANT IN SURKHANDARYA
About the project: As the largest thermal power plant recently constructed in the country and the first thermal power plant in Surkhandarya, it will produce 12 billion kWh of electricity annually. Three foreign companies, Siemens Energy (Germany), IDEF (France), and Stone City Energy, are realising the project under a PPP arrangement (Netherlands).
OPERATOR: Stone City Energy
POWER: 1560 MW
INVESTMENT / REALISATION COST: $1.2 billion
EXPANSION OF CAPACITIES OF NAVOI TPP
About the project: It is planned to build and put into operation two combined cycle plants with a capacity of 650 MW each at the third and fourth stages at Navoi TPP.
OPERATOR: Thermal Power Stations
POWER: 1300 MW
INVESTMENT / REALISATION COST: $1.5 million
COMPLETE CONVERSION OF ALMATY CHPP-2 TO GAS
About the project: The project on the switch of Almaty CHPP-1 involves the expansion of the station with the installation of combined cycle plants with a total capacity of up to 250 MW. Currently, work is underway to develop a feasibility study for the project. The developer of the feasibility study is KazNIPIEnergoprom JSC. The project involves the expansion of the station with the installation of combined cycle plants with a total capacity of 450 MW.
OPERATOR: AlES (Samruk-Energo)
POWER: up to 250 MW
INVESTMENT / REALISATION COST: $675 million
LARGE-SCALE MODERNISATION OF UST-KAMENOGORSK CHPP
About the project: The Consortium of SVETOCH LLP (Kazakhstan)/Rusatom Service JSC and Ust-Kamenogorsk CHP LLP signed an agreement on a large-scale modernisation of the Ust-Kamenogorsk CHP. Modernisation provides construction of a new boiler unit with a steam capacity of 420 tons per hour for the CHPP, replacement of the turbine unit with an increase in capacity up to 65 MW and the introduction of a modern system for catalytic nitrogen reduction (SCR), desulphurisation and dust treatment, as well as work on the modernisation of turnkey auxiliary systems.
OPERATOR: Ust-Kamenogorsk CHP LLP (Kazakhstan Utility Systems (KKS)
POWER: Installed capacity is 331 MW
INVESTMENT / REALISATION COST: $100 million
TIMEFRAME: Q2 2025
REHABILITATION OF BISHKEK CHPP-2
About the project: The largest thermal power plant in Kyrgyzstan, located in Bishkek city. Bishkek CHP is the main consumer of coal in Kyrgyzstan. The Power Plant is designed to burn ordinary coal from Karaganda deposit, the industrial product of its wet enrichment and the screening of the Tashkumir coal.
OPERATOR: Power Stations
POWER: 460 MW