Kazakhstan will use German technologies to build wind power plants 21 января 2013, 19:10
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Kazakhstan will use German technologies to build wind power plants
Samruk Green Energy and KazAgroFinance signed an agreement on joint sales of small wind generators, Tengrinews.kz reports citing the company’s press-service.
“On January 10, 2013, Samruk Green Energy (100-percent owned by Samruk-Energy) and KazAgroFinance signed an agreement on intentions of joint sales of small wind generators to be produced by Samruk Green Energy jointly with German company KD Stahl- und Maschinenbau in Innovative Technologies Park free economic zone,” the message states.
The wind generators will have different capacities: from 300W to 7kW. Their main advantage lays in production of energy at small wind speeds (from 2m/sec), regardless of its direction.
Samruk-Energy was established in May 2007. It is part of Samruk-Kazyna National Welfare Fund. The company’s activities include production, distribution and sales of electric and heat energy, as well as production of power-generating coal.
The total capacity of the company’s power stations is 7,970.9MW or 40.3 percent of the total capacity of the power stations of Kazakhstan’s Common Energy System.