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CGGC Signs Contract for Central Asia's Largest CCGT Project
Date:2021-01-06 VisitCount: Font size:[ L M S ]
At the beginning of the new year, CGGC International successfully signed the EPC Contract for Uzbekistan Sirdarya 1500MW CCGT Project, with a contract amount of about RMB 5 billion. The Project is the first CCGT project signed by a Chinese enterprise in Uzbekistan and the largest thermal power project signed in Uzbekistan in recent years, marking a good start of the Group's international market development in 2021.
As one of the largest CCGT project contracted by a Chinese enterprise in Central Asia, the signed Project represents a great achievement made by CGGC in implementing the clean energy development concept, “adjusting the structure, transforming the mode, optimizing the stock, and improving the quality” and “forging the long board, strengthening the short board, expanding the increment, and opening-up the new chapter”, accelerating the development of clean energy through multilateral cooperation, as well as facilitating the implementation of the “Belt and Road” Initiative

Scene of the signing ceremony
Lyu Zexiang, Party Secretary and Chairman of CGGC International, and Rajit, Chief Investment Officer of ACWA Power, signed the Contract on behalf of both parties. The signing ceremony was held simultaneously in Beijing, Dubai, Tashkent and Brussels. Before the signing ceremony, the two teams held friendly talks on strengthening communication and deepening cooperation, and expressed their expectation to take this opportunity to push forward the implementation of more projects.
The Project is located in Sirdarya, Uzbekistan, about 150 kilometers south of the capital Tashkent, and the EPC scope covers the design, procurement, construction, commissioning and trial operation of a new 1500MW CCGT plant. The contract construction period is 36 months, and the main engine of the Project is Mitsubishi H-class gas turbine. The signing of the project has set an example of multilateral friendly cooperation among Chinese, Saudi Arabian, Japanese and Uzbek enterprises in the fields of technology, capital and construction

Project rending

Uzbekistan is an important hub along the Silk Road, and the Uzbek government has been committed to actively participating in the construction of the “Belt and Road” Economic Belt, and promoting economic and trade exchanges and energy cooperation. As the first IPP project developed by the Uzbek government to attract foreign investment, the Project makes full use of the abundant natural gas resources in the region, and adopts the advanced and efficient H-class gas turbine, which can provide over 36 million kWh of electricity to the local power grid every day, benefiting over one million Uzbek residents. It is an important livelihood project planned by the Uzbek government. During the construction period, the Project will provide more than 700 job opportunities for local people. At the technical level, the Project utilizes the gas turbine with the highest combustion temperature, the highest monomer power and the highest efficiency in the world, and adopts the design scheme of “zero emission of waste water”, making itself a world-leading and efficient green energy-saving and environmental protection project.

In the face of the COVID-19 epidemic, since October 6, the pre-project working group of CGGC has returned to work at the first time to communicate, coordinate, and negotiate with the project development and implementation team of the employer, and push forward the implementation of the Project. The Project will commence upon signing. CGGC International will give full play to the synergy advantages of its subsidiaries, and work with Zhejiang Thermal Power Construction, Zhejiang Electric Power Designing Institute and other internal units under CEEC to build the Project into a model project of the “Belt and Road” Initiative.

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