Source Pravda.Ru

Central Asian States to Participate in Two Hydropower Stations Construction

The first session of Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Tajik and Uzbek groups of experts for elaboration of a draft construction project of two Kambarat hydroelectric power plants will take place on March 13-14 in Bishkek.

According to preliminary estimates, the construction of the first Kambarat hydroelectric power plant costs 1.7-bln dollars, the second one costs 210-230 mln dollars.

It is expected that Central Asian states, Russia and the World Bank will have shares in the project.

According to the draft project, two dams of the power plant will be constructed on the Syrdarya above the Toktogul hydroelectric plant in Kyrgyzstan.

The Toktogul hydroelectric plant will be used by Uzbek and southern Kazakhstan's agricultural companies as a reservoir for efficient use of water from the Syrdarya during spring and summer.

Comments
Russian PM threatens not to go to World Economic Forum in Davos
Russian PM threatens not to go to World Economic Forum in Davos
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections
Presidential and midterm elections in the USA change the 'American project' entirely
Presidential and midterm elections in the USA change the 'American project' entirely
Russian scientists develop technology to create HIV resistant human embryos
Russia rips its economy apart with help from the West
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections
Russia close to recognising Donetsk and Luhansk republics after Donbass elections
Moving inexorably towards war
Russia rips its economy apart with help from the West
Austria will not ruin its friendship with Russia despite spy scandal
World War I: Remembering the fallen, and the war criminals
Norwegians complain of demoralised NATO soldiers
Russia rips its economy apart with help from the West
MP suggests replacing Lenin's mummy with rubber figure
Austria will not ruin its friendship with Russia despite spy scandal
Russia rips its economy apart with help from the West
Russia unveils nuclear-powered interstellar spaceship
Russia rips its economy apart with help from the West
NATO to build prestrike staging base in Georgia