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Chinese company wins wind power bids in Kazakhstan

By Xing Yi | | Updated: 2022-12-07 22:00
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Universal Energy's 50-megawatt Ybyrai wind power farm in Kostanay region, Kazakhstan. [Photo provided to]

Universal Energy, a Chinese renewable energy company based in Shanghai, has won bids for four wind power projects in Kazakhstan, with a total capacity of 250 megawatts, in November.

A total of seven projects were put up for an online bidding in November with more than ten companies, including those from Kazakhstan, Russia and other European countries, bidding for each project.

The Chinese private company won four wind power projects with a total installed capacity of 250 megawatts, of which three projects are in northern Kazakhstan and one project is in the west of the country.

Universal Energy has been investing in renewable energy projects since 2015 in Kazakhstan where it has six renewable projects with a total capacity of 380 megawatts in commercial operation, generating electricity for more than 600,000 local households, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 1 million metric tons every year.

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