Moving Toward A Green Economy

As a project involving a renewable energy source, the solar power station will do its bit to improve the environmental situation in Kazakhstan.

"The station will use green technology, which Samruk-Energo sees as a way to partially compensate for the damage done to the environment by the coal and nuclear industries," Karpishev said.

The Kapchagai Project Would Use Local Resources To Produce Sustainable Energy Within 5 Months.

The 2MW station will be the country's first solar energy project of commercial importance. It’s scheduled to start operating in 2013.

"It's Kazakhstan's first-ever major solar power station involving such efficient elements as photoelectric panels made of single-crystalline silicon, which are capable of converting solar energy to electricity with minimal losses," Samruk-Energo spokesman Oral Karpishev said.

The solar station will partially satisfy Almaty Oblast's growing power demand.

Kazakh Entrepreneur Brings Solar Power To Remote Areas

Nurlan Dzhiyenbayev believes in solar power, especially for those who live a long way from Kazakhstan’s electric grid.

In fact, he’s making a living largely by helping those in remote villages and mountainous areas obtain power.

His ND & Co. produces photovoltaic power plants – arrays of solar cells that collect sunlight to convert into electricity.

Dzhiyenbayev’s initial foray into solar was more like a hobby than a business: He began making solar lamps by hand in his kitchen 10 years ago.

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