Under this project, EBRD provides a loan to JSC "Almaty Power Plants"for comprehensive modernisation of the existing Combined Heat and Power Plant 2 ("CHP-2"), with full replacement of coal by natural gas as a primary fuel in order to reduce CO2 emissions and improve air quality in the Almaty city (the "Project").
ALMATY POWER PLANTS JSC
JSC "Almaty Power Plants" is a power generating company operating three Coal and Heat Power Plants and two Hydro Power Plants in Almaty and Almaty region (the most populated region in Kazakhstan) with total installed capacity of 1,236 MW. The Company's headquarter is in Almaty.
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