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Here comes the Sun, to help power Kazakhstan
by Bruce Pannier
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26 January 2019
On 26 January 2019 RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty reported:
Kazakhstan has just launched operation of the largest solar power station in Central Asia, in the central Karaganda Province, the heart of coal country. Authorities in Kazakhstan have pledged to 'go green,' the theme of EXPO-2017 in Kazakhstan's capital, Astana, and the solar plant near the town of Saran that started operation on January 24 is a first step toward that goal.
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The 307,664 photovoltaic panels cover an area of more than 160 hectares and have the capacity to generate some 100 megawatts (MW) of power, providing some 145 million kilowatt hours annually.
... According to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the Saran plant will 'help reduce CO2 emissions by 93,500 tons per year.'
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