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Indian Company to Sell Solar to Central Asia

Monday 15 October 2018

BERLIN (PV Magazine) — The government of Kazakhstan wants 3% of the nation’s electricity to be generated from renewable sources within two years. Indian solar EPC Sterling and Wilson says it wants to construct 200 MW of PV in Kazakhstan in the next two years, and is eager to get a slice of the Uzbek

Mumbai-based EPC Sterling & Wilson has announced an ambition to expand its global footprint into the central Asian republics of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. The company has told PV Magazine it wants to amass a 200 MW solar portfolio in Kazakhstan over the next two years. A spokesman for Sterling & Wilson said the planned pipeline will comprise large and medium sized projects, but said it was too early to announce further details.


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