Central Asia has great potential in renewable energy sources (hereinafter the “RES”) sector. According to the global environmental mission, Central Asian countries, including Uzbekistan, are rapidly developing the sector. Therefore, as part of RES development in Uzbekistan, the country is also developing legislation, RES project implementation processes and infrastructure. In the process, however, Uzbekistan faces certain challenges that may affect the future of RES sector in the country.
Potential investors are increasingly interested in RES projects in Uzbekistan. At the same time, they want to be informed about current projects, the problems investors face, and the regulation of RES sector in the country.
In this regard, Unicase below presents the most essential legislative amendments concerning RES sector, a list of the largest RES projects as well as force majeure in RES sector in Uzbekistan.
According to land legislation, the rights of legal and individuals to land plots are subject to government registration. Government registration of rights to land plots shall be conducted at the location of the land plots.
Registration of rights to land plots shall be conducted in the following steps:
The termination of a PPP agreement is grounds for terminating the contractual relationship with respect to a land plot too.