EBRD is providing a senior loan of up to US$ 27.5 million in KZT equivalent to Zhanatas Wind-Power Station LLP for the construction and operation of a 100 MW wind farm in the Zhambyl region of south Kazakhstan.
According to the EBRD website, the main project aim is to improve the regulatory and legislative environment for renewables generation and include initiatives to promote access to employment and entrepreneurship opportunities for women in the sector. The current investment of EBRD has been provided as the response to COVID-19 pandemic situation in Kazakhstan, as the impact of COVID-19 is exacerbated by the drop in global oil prices and Kazakhstan's economy under significant stress in light of anticipated GDP contraction.
EBRD FINANCE SUMMARY
A senior loan of up to US$ 27.5 million in KZT equivalent (but not more than KZT 11.6 billion) in favour of Zhanatas Wind-Power Station LLP. The Bank's loan will be accompanied by a facility from the Green Climate Fund ("GCF") in the amount of up to US$ 24.1 million. The Project will be co-financed with the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ("AIIB") in the amount of up to US$ 50.3 million.
TOTAL PROJECT COST
ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL SUMMARY
Category B (ESP 2014). Environmental and social risks associated with the development of the medium sized wind farm are mainly driven by site location and possible impact on migratory birds and local communities resulting from land acquisition process. An ESDD using an independent consultant has been undertaken jointly with the AIIB.
Zhanatas Wind-Power Station LLP, a special purpose entity incorporated in the Republic of Kazakhstan to implement the Project, will act as a borrower. The borrower will be jointly owned by China Power International Holding Ltd. (China) and Visor Investment (Kazakhstan).
ACCESS TO INFORMATION
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ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF EBRD
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COMPANY CONTACT INFORMATION
Podoinikova Xeniya, Chief Accountantxenia75@mail.ru+7-771-993-1540