An international engineering group, based in Blackburn, has signed a deal to help the energy transition of Uzbekistan. Assystem, represented by chief operating officer Stéphane Aubarbier, clinched the deal in Tashkent last month with the Republic of Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Energy, represented by Sherzod Khodjayev, Deputy Minister of Energy. The Republic intends to double its electricity production by 2030, raising its installed capacity from 13 to 27 gigawatts. Its new energy mix will include civil nuclear production capacities and new production infrastructure based on gas and wind power.
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