EDB to support a solar plant project in Kazakhstan

15 February 2019

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AGL proposes to be the country’s largest battery in Australia

(Asia Pacific): Australi’s AGL Energy has proposed to construct a large 100MW/150MWh battery next to Cooper’s Gap wind farm in Queensland, Australia. The farm would have a capacity of 453MW to generate 1,510,00 MWh electricity for around 264k homes.

EDB to support a solar plant project in Kazakhstan

(Asia Pacific): Russia’s largest integrated solar energy company Hevel Group is to install a 90MW solar power plant in Kazakhstan. It will be financed by the Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) with US$ 63.4 million to be completed by 2020. The plant will be installed with heterostructural PV modules and will supply 160 KWh of electricity to the national gird.

Ukraine to have a new 57.6MW solar plant

(Europe): Ukraine is installing a 57.6MW solar plant in the Mykolaiv region. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (BSTDB) will provide US$ 43.12 million in loans for the project. Once completed it will produce 65,000MWh energy year.