Kazakhstan government has approved the energy saving plan that will help save 200 billion tenge ($1.4 billion) a year.
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) will create an Energy Club to discuss energy projects.
The scope of performed works is over 90 percent: Asset Issekeshev.
On Friday Astana hosted the 8th sitting of the Kazakh-US Committee for Energy Partnership presided over by Oil and Gas Minister Sauat Mynbayev and US Deputy Secretary of Energy Daniel Poneman.
According to Minister of Industry and Trade, as of the end of 2010 Kazakhstan generated 82 billion kilowatt-hours. The figure is to reach 100 billion by 2015.
Karaganda power engineers will take part in the international tournament to be held at the end of September in Russia.
According to him, Kazakhstan’s citizens haven’t been taught to save electric power, water and other resources.
The plan is to decrease energy content of GDP by at least 10 percent by the end of 2014.
According to him, the International Energy Agency is only defending interests of countries importing oil and gas.
Minister of Environmental Protection Nurgali Ashim speaks about Kazakhstan's strive to develop alternative energy sources.
Should EXPO-2017 International Fair be hosted by Kazakhstan, its facilities will be built behind Ak-Orda presidential residence in Astana.
430.5 million kW/hours of electric power was exported to Astana from Kyrgyzstan; this accounts for 89 percent of the export from Kyrgyzstan.
Perspectives of alternative energy will be discussed in Astana on May 12-13.
Islamic Infrastructure Fund (IIF) has signed an agreement on investments with JSC Central Asian Electric Power Corporation (CAEC).