Siemens Energy signs MoU with Uzbekistan Energy Ministry

Siemens Energy signs MoU with Uzbekistan Energy Ministry

22 Apr 2021

Germany’s Siemens Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Energy to expand a strategic partnership and pursue the implementation of joint energy projects including a 1,300MW-1,600MW thermal power plant

 

Germany’s Siemens Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Energy to expand a strategic partnership and pursue the implementation of joint energy projects.

A formal working group is to be established within 10 days of the MoU being signed on 16 April.

Cooperation between Siemens Energy and Uzbekistan’s Energy Ministry is likely to include the following areas:

  • Projects to build new generating facilities
  • Power audit facilities in Uzbekistan with energy-efficient technologies
  • Hydrogen energy
  • Training of personal

Projects planned under the roadmap include the construction of a new thermal power plant with a capacity of 1,300MW-1,600MW, the modernization of the Hajabad compressor station and the establishment of training centres.

A site for the thermal power plant is due to be selected in May 2021.

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