According to ADB website, the project comprises the design, construction, commissioning, and operations and maintenance (O&M;) of a 135 megawatt (MW) (direct current) ground-mounted, solar power plant with single axis tracking system (along with associated infrastructure) and grid integration for further electricity sale per a fixed tariff. The project site is in southeastern Kazakhstan, about 3 kilometers (km) south of the town of Shu in the Jambyl Region and will cover 500 hectares. The main project components will include approximately photovoltaic panels, inverters, a substation and a 12 km 220 kilovolts (kV) transmission line to the existing 500kV substation. The total annual output from the project is expected to be 207 gigawatt-hours.
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