Under construction
We helped the European largest wind power plant manufacturer, a Danish company Vestas, on entering the Kazakhstan market and starting a large-scale investment programme. In particular, our Experts advised regarding licences, permits, and processes in construction and design of wind turbine facilities in Kazakhstan.


Denmark Wind Turbine Manufacturer: Commercial & Operational Matters
Unicase delivered an in-depth review of Kazakhstan construction legislation in accordance with the Client’s needs. We assisted with matters of subcontractor's rights and obligations, operation and management activities, and technical requirements for the RES facilities installation. This analysis will ease the Client’s daily operations, which will in turn enable them to concentrate on the main goals.
The Client is one of the global leaders in sustainable energy solutions, and Unicase will aid further energy solutions development and wind farms deployment in the country.
The Project will benefit the domestic economy, RES, and carbon neutrality developments. Unicase contributes to creating thousands of jobs and a better world through the Client’s design, manufacture, installation, and maintenance of the wind energy and hybrid projects. Currently, the Client is present in more than 85 countries, and to date prevented 1.5 billion cubic tonnes of carbon dioxide from being emitted into the atmosphere, thus contributing to a more sustainable energy system.
Impact & Outcome
The Team also coordinated the Client’s work regarding qualification approvals with the Kazakhstan Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development, and the Ministry of Energy.
Our work will make it possible to welcome big players from the renewable energy field to Kazakhstan, harnessing the wind power potential and increasing the country's investment attractiveness.
Currently, the Kazakhstan Energy Ministry, a number of other government agencies, the Unicase Law Firm, and Samruk-Energy JSC are implementing a whole range of measures aimed at improving the conditions for investment projects in hydroelectric power plants construction.
We helped the European largest wind power plant manufacturer, a Danish company Vestas, on entering the Kazakhstan market and starting a large-scale investment programme.
Unicase proved its effectiveness in reviewing, amending, and developing national legislation and regulations for heat supply, including taxation and heat tariffs.
Sustainable energy supply affects the local energy market and regulation, wind and solar power generation, power transmission and distribution grids, energy storage and sustainable energy use.
We completed a comprehensive review of existing national legislation and regulations which govern geothermal energy utilisation in Kazakhstan.
Being current on market developments, we advised a Chinese Investment Fund and a Leading Chinese Law Firm on a wide range of subsoil use operations regulatory matters, state approvals, land, and environmental legal issues, to support the Fund in its investments into a large hydrocarbon mine in Kazakhstan.
We rendered full legal support to Zhetysu Wolfram LLP, carrying out mining operations on the Boguty deposit and producing the highest quality tungsten concentrate.
We ran a due diligence on the Client company and issued a legal opinion on the financing to be provided by the Kazakhstan Development Bank for a 50 MW wind power plant.
Our Experts supported the second largest renewable energy corporation in the world during acquisition and project development of a 206 MW wind farm project.
The Unicase Team made a comprehensive analysis of electricity tariff formation and balancing electricity services for regulating the capacity of large and small hydroelectric power plants in Kazakhstan.
We advised a global leader in electricity supply machinery and hardware on the first-ever auction in Kazakhstan for the construction of regulated energy generation facilities. 
The Team provided legal services to the country's largest gas pipeline owner, which is the only route for gas exports from Kazakhstan to China.
We provided the Client with legal advisory services within a pilot project on building and operating a 100-megawatt solar power plant, based on a private bilateral sleeved PPA mechanism.
We assisted the international corporation in reviewing, amending, and developing the existing national legislation and regulations of the RES, including taxation and auctions.
Unicase team provides comprehensive legal support for the investment project of Almaty Power Plants JSC, a subsidiary of Samruk-Energy JSC which holds 100% of the company's stocks, on modernise Almaty TPP-2 with a focus on minimising the environmental impact.
Unicase provides legal services in the framework of an energy capacity building project for competitive procurement in the hydropower industry in the Republic of Uzbekistan.