According to the Bank's website, this project finances rehabilitation of the existing hydropower plant of JSC 'Uzbekhydroenergo' located in the Tashkent region on the Chirchik River at Nizhne-Bozsuy HPP Cascade in close proximity to the Khalkabad town.
The project is a sub-project under the Uzbekistan Climate Resilience Framework.
The Project implementing entity will be JSC "Uzbekhydroenergo", a 100 per cent state-owned jointstock company operating all hydropower generation assets (37 HPPs) in Uzbekistan.
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