An energy block has been launched at the sulfuric acid plant in Kyzylorda oblast in the south of Kazakhstan.
Kyrgyzstan Ministry of Energy is considering suspension of power export to Kazakhstan because of water shortage in Toktogul water reservoir.
Romania and the Kazakh oil company KazMunayGaz have settled their dispute over a 500-million-euro ($658-million) debt and pledged to invest together in energy projects.
Shares in hydro-electric generator Mighty River Power debuted on the New Zealand stock exchange at NZ$2.73 ($2.29) Friday, a 9.2 percent premium on the NZ$2.50 initial public offer (IPO) price.
Up against the wall in a drought-sparked energy crisis, Panama said Tuesday it would shut high schools and universities for three days, in a desperate bid to reduce power usage.
Analysis of global experience helped define 2 major support measures: fixed rates and green certificates: Kazakhstan expert.
Astana joined the EU initiative called Covenant of Mayors – East that calls the global community to use energy resources rationally.
Nuclear power stations may become a source of cheap energy in Kazakhstan.
Balkhash, Aktau and Kurchatov (East-Kazakhstan oblast) are being considered as likely locations for construction of nuclear plants in Kazakhstan.
Foreign energy firms have flocked to a narrow region of southern Mexico, known as one of the world's windiest places, to build towering wind turbines, but some projects have angered and torn indigenous villages.
Kazakhstan Foreign Minister Yerlan Udrissov called Asian countries to cooperate in water management, food and energy security.
Canadian researchers have developed a ground-breaking method which may ultimately enable excess energy created by wind turbines and solar panels to be stored for later use.
Kazakhstan government has defined the location for construction of the first nuclear power station.
Kazakhstan signed an agreement with the EU Association of Energy Efficient Cities to expand international cooperation in energy-saving and improvement of energy efficiency.
34 wind, hydro and solar power stations will be built in Kazakhstan by 2020.
Japan and Kazakhstan have agreed rules on foreign investment, as Tokyo looks to shore up minerals and energy to feed its resource-hungry industry.
Validation tests of the plasma-fuel systems at the Thermal Power Plant No.2 in Almaty will start in spring 2013.
The fund will be taking part in implementation of the industrial program in 2013 in Kazakhstan: chairman.
A trio of Canadians claimed Wednesday to have invented the world's most energy-efficient bulb: a 12-watt LED light that shines as bright as a 100-watt incandescent one.
Energy industry leaders on Wednesday called for a fresh push in the fight against climate change and urged governments to make it easier for the world's poor to access power sources.
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