‘Don’t forget mountainous nations in climate change impacts’

The Kyrgyz President is calling on the rest of the world to protect countries like his

Masdar to support renewables development in the Kyrgyz Republic

The agreement with the Ministry of Energy will see Masdar explore investments in ground-mounted solar, floating solar and hydropower projects, with a potential capacity of up to 1GW

Tajikistan to boost climate resilience with $45m World Bank support

The project aims to support sustainable land management in the Central Asian country and promote collaboration with other nations in the region on landscape restoration

Masdar and W Solar Investment form joint company

The company will look to advance clean energy in Africa and Central Asia

Does Tajikistan hold the answers to Central Asia’s net zero transition?

The IEA has helped produce a roadmap for the nation to take advantage of its hydropower capabilities and believes it could be a provider for the rest of Central Asia if it can do so

Uzbekistan to double energy capacity – but only 25% will be renewable

Renewable projects are growing in the Asian country but will not make up the majority by 2030

New Green Banking Academy launched in Europe and Central Asia

Implemented in partnership with the Austrian Federal Ministry of Finance, the initiative will help accelerate the green transformation of the banking sector in the region while tackling climate change

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EU and World Bank agree €7m for energy and water security in Central Asia

The funding will contribute to a programme that helps boost security through knowledge exchange, policy advice and project preparation

Central Asia commits to collaborative green power deal

Central Asian countries have committed to accelerating the uptake of renewable energy in the region. Led by Kazakhstan and including Azerbaijan and Kyrgyzstan, the nations have joined with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) to capitalise on their substantial potential for green generation. They have agreed it could provide a solution to the shared issues of rising electricity demand, ageing power […]

Central Asia needs $94bn power investment by 2023

Central Asian countries have identified power investment needs of about $94 billion (£77.30bn) by 2023. The private sector will need to provide about $38 billion (£31.25bn) of this money, according to a new Asian Development Bank (ADB) study. The findings were presented at the 1st Energy Investment Forum (EIF) of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation […]