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Investment Projects of Uzbekenergo

Study on Electricity Industry of Uzbekistan

6. Investment Projects of Uzbekenergo

○ Uzbekistan has difficulties in meeting its peak demand because of the poor availability of its generation units (which significantly reduces the effective reserve margin) and the relatively low percentage of the peaking plants in the generation mix.

- The poor plant availability is attributable to the old age of many large plants (most are 30 years old and many are over 40 years old), the need for extensive rehabilitation, and poor electricity tariffs inadequate to generate internal cash to carry out rehabilitation.

○ The Uzbekistan government approved the several long-term investment programs for the purpose of uninterrupted power

supply of national economy and population and for the creation of favorable conditions for stable and effective development of power industry.

- "The Program for Development and Reconstruction of Generating Capacities in the Power Industry for the period till 2010"

- "The Program for Modernization of Power Industry of Uzbekistan for the period till 2015"

○ Uzbekenergo guides several priority directions of development of electric power industry.

- Technical re-equipment and modernization of Power Facilities - Reconstruction and further development of electrical network - Construction of new generating capacities

- Reduction of negative influence of power on an environment

○ 'Uzbekenergo' leads the work on the following project:

Tashkent Thermal Power Plant Modernization Project

- The agreement between the Japan JBIC and the Government of Uzbekistan was signed, where the Government of Japan provides the soft loan at the amount of JY 24.955 billion for implementation of this project for the period of 30 years.

- The Feasibility Study for "Tashkent TPP Modernization Project" has developed and approved.

- The construction of Combined Cycle Power Plant 370 MW capacity had specified at Tashkent TPP site with commissioning in 2011.

- The International Consulting Company had selected based on International Competitive Bidding for project support and the

contract for provision of Consulting Services with JV JPOWER/CEPCO, Japan was signed.

Navoi Thermal Power Plant Modernization Project

- The total capacity of Navoi TPP is 1250 MW.

- There are 2 units of 210 MW capacity, 4 units of 160 MW, 6 boilers and 5 turbines generating electric and thermal power.

- The project provides for construction of Combined Cycle Power Plant 350 MW capacity.

- The preliminary feasibility study on the project is developed.

Construction of High Voltage Transmission Line-500 kV from Syrdarya TPP to Substation ‘Sogdiana’

- The extension of High Voltage Transmission Line is 222km.

- The Board of IDB(Islamic Development Bank) Directors had approved the project financing for the total amount of USD 25.1 mln. provided the installment and sale and leasing for the period of 15 years, including three-years grant period.

- The Project Feasibility Study had developed and approved.

- The International Consulting Company was selected for project monitoring by means of International Competitive Bidding.

Construction of High Voltage Transmission Line 500 kV from Substation “Sogdiana to Talimardjan TPP with Outdoor Switchgear 500 kV at TPP”

- The project provides for construction of high voltage transmission line 500 kV with extension of 200 km from substation 'Sogdiana' in Samarkand Region to Talimardjan TPP with outdoor switchgear

500 kV at TPP.

- The project implementation will be provided with borrowed finances of IDB and Reconstruction and Development Fund of Uzbekistan effective as of 2010.

Construction of Gas Turbine Unit at Tashkent Heat Electric Generation Plant

- The design objective of "Tashkent HEGP Modernization Project" is generating efficiency enhancement, reliability of heat and electric supply of municipal consumers, meet the power growing demands.

- The Tashkent HEGP consists of 5 steam boilers, steam turbine with installed capacity 30 MW, and 7 hot-water boilers.

- The Preliminary Feasibility Study of the Project had developed by design institute 'Teploelectroproekt' for construction of Gas Turbine Unit at Tashkent HEGP.

- The construction of three Gas Turbine Units with capacity 25 MW each with hot-water boiler and reconstruction of existing boilers PTVM-100 with boiler efficiency improvement to 120 Gkal/h had specified within the project framework.

- The locally available funds and loans of international finance institutions are envisaged as the project source of funds.

Construction of Tashkent External Power Supply Facilities

- The Project provides for “Construction of Tashkent External Power Supply Facilities, including S/s 220 kV with feeding of High Voltage Line 220kV, switching substation 110kV and S/s 110kV and cable line 110kV”.

- The investment project objective is electric power of supply of

new consumers of the central part of Tashkent and reliability improvement of running power supply facilities and population.

- The preliminary Project Feasibility Study has developed and approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

The Shift of Novo-Angren TPP's Boilers for all-the-year-round Coal Burning

- The Novo-Angren TPP consists of 7 Power Units 300 MW each capacity.

- The natural gas, coal and mazut are usable as a fuel.

- The natural gas used for power generation is entitled to be released due to shift of existing boilers to all-the-year-round coal burning of Angren field located close the Power Plant.

- The preliminary feasibility study of the Project is underway.

Installation of expansion machine-generator at Talimardjan and Syrdarya TPP

- The aim of the Project is the installation of expansion machine-generator at Talimardjan and Syrdarya TPP with total capacity 20 MW for additional generation 140 mln. kWh of electric power.

- The preliminary Project Feasibility Study has developed and it is under expert review at present.

- The Project financing sources are under development.

Construction of ‘Kamolot’ HPP at Chirchik-Bozsy chain

- The construction of small Hydro Power Plant 'Kamolot' with

capacity 8 MW and annually power generation of 35.4 mln. kWh are provided by the Project.

- The preliminary Project Feasibility Study has developed and it is under expertise review at present.

- The Project financing sources are under development.

○ The Program for development of small hydro power industry usable for agriculture had adopted and is in the progress in the system of Ministry of Water and Agriculture.

- According to this Program are foreseen the construction of 15 small HPP’s with total capacity 420 MW and generation of 0.3 bln.

KWh annually.