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Medetbek Aitkulov, Director General of the National Power Grid of Kyrgyzstan JSC. ©focus.kg
Kyrgyzstan to rely on Kazakhstan’s power supply for another year

Up to now the country’s northern regions have depended on power supplied from Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. In 2015 Kyrgyzstan plans to compete construction of the Datka-Kemin power supply line to link the South and the North of the country.

Kyrgyzstan to rely on Kazakhstan’s power supply for another year
An overview of the site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam. ©Reuters/Paulo Santos
Sino-Brazilian consortium wins Brazil dam fight

A group led by China's State Grip Corp. Friday won rights to build power lines to the huge Belo Monte dam in Brazil's Amazon.

Sino-Brazilian consortium wins Brazil dam fight
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Construction of Kemin-Almaty power line considered impractical

Kazakhstani energy experts have decided that construction of Kemin-Almaty high voltage power line is impractical.

Construction of Kemin-Almaty power line considered impractical
Photo by Danial Okassov©
Kazakhstan-Russia high-voltage line is about to collapse

Thieves stole anchors from the supports at Kazakhstan-Russia high-voltage line.

Kazakhstan-Russia high-voltage line is about to collapse
Yerbol Shormanov. ©Yaroslav Radlovsky
$14 million a year needed for Almaty power lines

Maintenance of Almaty power lines requires $14 million a year: Yerbol Shormanov.

$14 million a year needed for Almaty power lines
Photo courtesy of vesti.kz
Kazakhstan needs to limit power import from Kyrgyzstan

Vice-Minister of Industry and New Technologies called to limit consumption of electricity imported from Kyrgyzstan.

Kazakhstan needs to limit power import from Kyrgyzstan
89% percent of Kyrgyz power consumed by 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.

89% percent of Kyrgyz power consumed by Astana

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