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Developing countries spent more on renewable power than rich ones for the first time last year.
he mystery electric car startup Faraday Future unveiled its first prototype vehicle on Monday while offering few details on its ownership.
Japan has officially confirmed participation in the upcoming EXPO-2017 in Astana.
The environmental requirements for thermal power plants in Kazakhstan are two or three times lower than in Europe.
Foreign investors will build a solar energy plant in Akmola Oblast in northern Kazakhstan for the upcoming EXPO-2017.
KAZENERGY has agreed on joint projects and activities with IRENA ahead of the EXPO-2017 to be held in Kazakhstan's Astana.
A $70 million solar power plant will be built in Astana for the upcoming EXPO-2017.
A new $550 million-worth wind power plant will be constructed in Zhambyl Oblast
The School of Engineering at Nazarbayev University is developing powerful batteries for renewable energy.
The Government of Kazakhstan will subsidize 50% of expenses to stimulate remote households to install renewable energy sources-based generators.
Tariffs for renewable energy sources (RES) in Kazakhstan will be approved for 15 years.
We plan to establish four projects in hydro, wind and solar energy jointly with private companies: Governor.
Green power station will produce enough energy to meet around 1-2 percent of the overall Kazakhstan’s electricity needs by 2020.
Kazakhstan Senate has approved the draft law supporting use of renewable energy sources in the first reading.
Analysis of global experience helped define 2 major support measures: fixed rates and green certificates: Kazakhstan expert.
105 countries are members of the IRENA and 54 countries that have signed the charter, including Kazakhstan, are eying full membership.
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