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Renewables Generated Almost 6% of Kazakhstan’s Electricity in 2023

According to Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Energy, in 2023, the volume of electricity generated by renewable energy facilities reached 6.675 billion kWh or 5.92% of the country’s total electricity. Kazakhstan currently boasts 147 renewable energy facilities including 59 wind power plants with a capacity of 1,409.55 MW, 46 solar power plants with a capacity of 1,222.61 MW, 39 hydroelectric power plants with a capacity of 269.6 MW, and three biogas power plants with a capacity of 1.7 MW. In 2023, sixteen renewable energy facilities with a total installed capacity of 495.57 MW were put into operation, including 12 wind farms with a total capacity of 437.1 MW in the Akmola and Zhetisu regions, 2 hydroelectric power plants with a total capacity of 3.7 MW in the Almaty and Turkestan regions, and 2 solar power plants with a capacity 54.77 MW in the Turkestan region. Kazakhstan is forecast to commission a further 25 renewable energy facilities with a total capacity of 599.85 MW by 2027.

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