They will pursue the implementation of joint projects, including building new generating facilities and power audit facilities to introduce energy efficient technologies.
The roadmap includes plans for the construction of a new thermal power plant with a capacity of between 1,300MW and 1,600MW, the modernisation of the Hajabad compressor station and the creation of innovative training centres.
A formal working group to take the collaboration forward will be established within 10 days of the MoU being signed.
Energy Minister Alisher Sultanov said: “Uzbekistan is continuing its momentum of working with best-in-class international partners to deliver on our energy strategy. We are aiming to lead the hydrocarbon-producing world in meeting our climate management commitments. Siemens is globally renowned and we look forward to deepening our relationship.”
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