According to the Bank's website, this project provides financing to support the balance sheet restructuring and capital expenditures of TashTES, the full subsidiary of the state-owned JSC "Thermal Power Plants".
JSC "Tashkent Thermal Power Plant" is a subsidiary of JSC "Thermal Power Plants" which is a successor to the now-unbundled JSC "Uzbekenergo" in charge of gas-fired power generation in Uzbekistan.
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JSC "Thermal Power Plants", Foreign Economic Relations and Investments Department - Zafar Turaev
+998 71 230 9569
23 Bunyodkor Avenue 100097 Tashkent, Uzbekistan
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