Afrosiab St. 4B, Office 201, Tashkent, Uzbekistan 100031

“Uzbekistan’s RE project pipeline and opportunities” on December 11, 2020



On December 10, an international Energy Talk “Uzbekistan’s RE project pipeline and opportunities” organized by Invest In Network took place. American Chamber of Commerce in Uzbekistan was the official Knowledge Partner of the event.




Syrymbet Idrissov, Sales Manager for Central Asia, Jinko Solar (Presenting Sponsor)

Hugo Minderhoud, President, American Chamber of Commerce in Uzbekistan

Olivier Kueny, Senior PPP Specialist, Asian Development Bank

Umid Aripdjanov, Partner, Centil Law



Uzbekistan aims to deploy significant additional power capacity by 2030, including 5 GW of PV, 3 GW of wind energy, 3.8 GW of hydropower, as well as 2.4 GW of nuclear.

Large solar PV plants with capacities of 100-500 MW will be built mainly in the central and southern regions, with 50-200 MW solar plants in other parts of the country. Solar PV plants above 300 MW will gradually be equipped with energy storage systems. Large wind farms, with capacities of 100-500 MW, will be built mostly in the northwest region of Uzbekistan.

• How achievable is the goal of reaching 5 GW solar and 3 GW wind power capacities by 2030?
• ADB 1 GW Solar Program
• What are the main challenges of renewable energy deployment in Uzbekistan?
• What reform proposals are there for the sector regulation?