The provision of a senior loan of up to US$ 50 million (in US$ and/or KZT equivalent) to Shokpar Wind Power Station LLP for the development, construction, and operation of a wind power plant with an installed capacity of 100MW located in Sarysu district of Zhambyl region.
The project is intended to support Kazakhstan in its objective to increase the share of renewable energy in the energy mix, contribute to reducing Kazakhstan's carbon intensity, and address the country's increasing electricity demand.
SHOKPAR WIND POWER STATION LLP
Shokpar Wind Power Station LLP a special purpose entity incorporated in the Republic of Kazakhstan to implement the project, will act as the borrower.
The borrower will be jointly owned by China Power International Holding Ltd. (63 per cent) and Visor International DMCC (37 per cent). China Power International Holding Ltd. is a Chinese state-owned power utility 100 per cent owned by the State Power Investment Corporation Limited. Visor International DMCC is a private investment holding firm founded by a group of Kazakh investment bankers.
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|SHOKPAR WIND POWER STATION LLP||Undisclosed||-||owns||Visor International DMCC||Investor||Finance|
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Republic of Kazakhstan, Zhambyl region, Zhanatas, Sarysy microdistrict 1, 2-4.
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