The law On Energy Saving and Increasing Power Efficiency is aimed at modernization of the economy and ensuring energy sustainability in the country.
We share President Nazarbayev’s stance on non-proliferation and on nuclear power used solely for peaceful purposes: Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister.
We need to deal with power infrastructure very seriously and carefully: Majilis Deputy.
Kazakhstan Ministry of Industry and New Technologies plans to construct a heat power station.
Kazakhstan Minister of Industry and New Technologies Asset Issekeshev told about the plans for financing power energy projects.
Akim (Mayor) of Semei told about the plans to construct new heat power plant in the city.
Considering the unstable situation in Iran, construction of the nuclear power plant in this region could have grave consequences: Ecologist.
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.
It is the first time Kazakhstan has decided to purchase electric power rather than exchange it for coal for the Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) thermal power plant: Kyrgyz Acting Prime Minister Omurbek Babanov.
Karaganda power engineers will take part in the international tournament to be held at the end of September in Russia.
The sides have also agreed to speed up launching the Kazakh-Kyrgyz joint venture fund worth $100 million to invest to Kyrgyzstan.
According to him, Kazakhstan’s citizens haven’t been taught to save electric power, water and other resources.