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Uzbekistan launches tender for 5 hydropower power projects

The power plants have a total capacity of 46.6 MW.

Uzbekistan’s JSC Uzbekhdroenergo launched a tender for five new hydropower plants with a total capacity of 46.6 megawatts on a public-private partnership (PPP) basis.

In a statement, the country’s Ministry of Energy said JSC is seeking private sector developers or consortium/consortia to develop, finance, construct, own and operate the projects during the concession period.

Those who wish to participate can submit a statement of qualification as part of the requirements.

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The government follows an internationally acceptable and bankable framework to promote the inflow of foreign direct investment, develop a positive track record in project implementation, and offer a balanced risk allocation between the private and public sectors.

It also aims to achieve diversity in the generation mix, ensure a fair and transparent tender process and achieve a competitive tariff to generate value for money.

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