By order of the Turkish company, Aksa Energy Orient Logistics delivered the first consignment of cargo for the future three power plants to be built in the Tashkent and Bukhara regions. Two thermal power plants with a total capacity of 470 W are being built on 7 hectares of land in the Kibray district to the west of the operating Tashkent TPP.
The stations are planned to be put into operation in the 4th quarter of this year. They will be able to generate 3.9 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity per year.
Thermal power plants, which will use combined cycle plants (CCGT) and gas piston plants (GPU), will save up to 550 million cubic meters of natural gas per year.
In addition, Aksa Enerji has launched a project for the construction and operation of a thermal power plant in the Bukhara region, where technology based on gas piston units will also be used. Within the framework of this project, land surveys are being carried out to start the construction of a new thermal power plant with a capacity of 270 MW.
The Orient Logistics team is happy to take part in large-scale projects and help with the delivery of cargo.