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Uzbekistan launches tender for 5 hydropower power projects

The projects have a 46.6 MW total capacity.

Joint-stock company Uzbekhydroenergo issued a tender for the development of five new hydropower plant projects with a total capacity of 46.6 megawatts, responding to the country’s growing demand for electricity.

In a statement, the Ministry of Energy said four separate tenders for a request for qualification were issued based on public-private partnerships.

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These projects include the Dukentsoi Hydro Power Plant (HPP) in the Tashkent region which has a 5 MW capacity, “Kamchik 2 and 3 HPP in Namangan region with 19 MW, “Kizildarya and Suvlisoi HPP in Kashkadarya region with 13.67 MW, and Kuyi Koksuv HPP in Tashkent region with 8.9 MW. 

The deadline for submission is on 1 April at noon, Tashkent time.

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