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ERG to build 155 MW wind farm for Kazakhstan plant

Luxemburg-based, Central Asia-focused miner Eurasian Resources Group (ERG) plans to invest nearly KZT 110 billion (US$230 million) in building a 155 MW wind power plant in Kazakhstan that will generate power for ERG' subsidiary Kazchrome's Donskoy processing plant.

The site of the Khromtau wind farm

The site of the Khromtau wind farm

ERG said the 150-hectare wind farm will be commissioned in 2024 and be the most powerful plant in the Aktobe region. It is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by around 520,000 tons annually. The wind...

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