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TWO COMBINED-CYCLE PLANTS WILL BE LAUNCHED IN 2019 AND 2023

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TWO COMBINED-CYCLE PLANTS WILL BE LAUNCHED IN 2019 AND 2023

In order to provide new units of the NMMC with electricity, including two large hydrometallurgical plants, a special program was adopted on January 9 of this year, which envisages implementation of 16 investment projects worth $1,9 billion. This was reported at the meeting that was held on January 26, under the chairmanship of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev.

In particular, two new power units with a total capacity of 510 megawatts will be commissioned at Takhiatash thermal power plant in 2019. The total capacity of the power plant will reach 1010 megawatts. Two combined-cycle plants, 450 megawatts each, will be launched at Navoi TPP in 2019 and 2023. The total capacity of the station will amount 2 258 megawatts. In addition, it is planned to build 10 substations and lay more than a thousand kilometers of external power grids.

The Head of our state, emphasizing the importance of the forthcoming work, determined the actual tasks in this direction.

The need for developing “road maps” on each investment project aimed at electricity supply of new production facilities, defining in them the specific terms of each stage from preparation of project documentation to commissioning of facilities, was noted.

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