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Valentin Nizovkin, a resident of Almaty, has invented yet another energy installation. This time it involves artificial tornadoes to convert wind energy into electricity.
A new $550 million-worth wind power plant will be constructed in Zhambyl Oblast
The Government of Kazakhstan will subsidize 50% of expenses to stimulate remote households to install renewable energy sources-based generators.
The smallest and least known of Spain's Canary Islands, El Hierro, is making a splash by becoming the first island in the world fully energy self-sufficient through combined water and wind power.
A strong wind blew off parts of roofing from a school building in Taldykorgan and threw them at a 10-y.o. boy who was walking by leaving deep cuts in his belly.
China will finance construction of the wind power station worth 15 billion tenge ($100 million) in Pavlodar oblast.
A scientist has invented a new wind generator specially for Kazakhstan weather conditions.
Green power station will produce enough energy to meet around 1-2 percent of the overall Kazakhstan’s electricity needs by 2020.
A 15 MW wind power plant will be constructed in Karaganda oblast in central Kazakhstan.
The Bank will grant a loan of $94 million for a 10-year period to construct the wind power plant.
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.
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.
Technologies for production of components for development of green energy are going to be introduced in Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan Prime-Minister instructed that all the EXPO-2017 facilities use power generated from alternative energy sources.
Individuals with no access to power generation systems can get 50 percent of the cost of 5kW generator from at the budget: Minister.
Samruk Green Energy and KazAgroFinance have signed an agreement on joint sales of small wind generators.
Wind generators were purchased in Novonikolskoye village of North-Kazakhstan oblast.
There's enough wind to power the world many times over, according to a study out Monday, but it would take a massive infrastructure investment to harness it that analysts say is not realistic.
The share of renewable energy sources in Kazakhstan will make 10 percent by 2030.
Potential of renewable energy sources in Kazakhstan is evaluated by experts at over a trillion kilowatt-hours per year.
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