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Siemens to Help Kazakhstan to Plan its Energy Strategy

Tuesday 11 July 2017

ASTANA (Interfax-Kazakhstan) – Germany’s Siemens will help Kazakhstan devise an energy strategy using innovative solutions and smart technologies, the company’s press office has said.

Recently, at Expo-2017, Siemens presented an innovative approach to efficient and safe energy. Siemens acted as an official partner of the event and demonstrated on its corporate stand important projects for the country’s economy that have already been implemented or are going to be implemented in the future. In addition, Siemens has announced new technologies and solutions for the production, transmission, distribution and transportation of energy, as well as for the creation of smart networks.

In recent years, Siemens has implemented a number of large-scale projects in Kazakhstan, including the delivery of four gas turbine units for the power plant of the integrated gas-chemical complex Karabatan; manufactured compressor units with a gas turbine drive SGT-400 with a capacity of 13.4 MW for the Bozoya compressor station on the Beyneu-Bozoy-Shymkent gas pipeline; modernized outdoor lighting systems in Almaty, which allowed to reduce energy and operational costs by 30-50%, and also made a real contribution to solving the problem of efficient use of resources.

Among the projects that Siemens plans to implement in the near future in the country is the manufacture of ten compressor units to expand the largest oil production enterprise in Kazakhstan, Tengizchevroil. In addition, the company’s important task is to supply equipment for the Yermensay substation in Almaty, which will feed the high-mountain skating rink Medeo and the ski resort Shymbulak with electricity.

Siemens is also working on the development of Smart Grid smart grids, which improve the quality of electricity supply, reduce the cost of electricity supply and reduce transmission losses. To this end, Siemens uses advanced technologies and modern equipment to help reduce the number of accidents in networks and ensure uninterrupted supply. The project for distribution networks, launched in Kazakhstan, has no analogues in the CIS countries.

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