The death of Uzbek leader Islam Karimov after 27 years in charge with no clear successor lined up plunges his homeland into uncertainty.
Ukraine said Thursday it had reached an agreement with the US-based electric giant Westinghouse to build a nuclear fuel production unit.
Tajikistan is to hold a referendum in May that is expected to let President Emomali Rakhmon stay in office.
A solar power plant SunPower Oasis C-7 has been presented in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana.
Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev reminds that transfer of powers from the President to the Parliament and the Government takes time.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel tops the Forbes list of the world's most powerful women for the fifth straight year but Hillary Clinton is snapping at her heels.
Kazakhstan’s army has been ranked 80th in the updated Global Firepower Index.
Kazakhstan is looking for alternative markets for its coal as Russia is seeking to replace Kazakhstan’s coal with coal mined at Russia’s Kuzbass.
Russia's recent military flights into European airspace are meant to demonstrate to the West that the country is a "great power".
In winter Kyrgyzstan used to rely on its own power capacities, however this year Kyrgyzstan is facing an unprecedented shortage of power. The estimated shortage this coming winter stands at around 2 billion kilowatt-hours.
Iran's supreme leader reiteratedhis country's "red lines" in negotiations with world powers over its controversial nuclear programme.
Kazakhstani and Russian officials have endorsed an agreement on joint construction of a nuclear power plant.
Japanese Prime Minister may have hoped that a 40-year-old mother-of-two with impeccable political pedigree might prove the acceptable face of nuclear power.
President of Kazakhstan spoke to the Parliament about the necessity to transfer some powers to local authorities.
EDF Energy said on Monday it had decided to shut down four nuclear reactors at two plants in northern England as a precaution.
Russian Troitskaya GRES power plant has been fined $35 thousand by Kazakhstani environmentalists.
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.
Greece faced nationwide power cuts on Thursday as a rolling strike began against government plans to break up the country's main electricity provider.
A power outage hit a wide area of eastern Caracas and several cities in the interior of Venezuela for at least two hours Friday.
Kazakhstan intends to step up energy saving and efficiency.
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