Uzbekistan's Future Energy Under COVID-19 Impact

Uzbekistan is a country with ambitious plan to development its renewable energy by 2030, it includes Ten-year program to build 5,000 MW of solar power and 3,000 MW of wind power.

However, the impact of the coronavirus on the clean energy transition will be profound in the coming years, in this context, PEAK Events arranged a webinar - Uzbekistan's Future Energy Under COVID-19 Impact which took place Saturday May 9th, 2:00 pm-3:00 pm (Tashkent, GMT+5).

Webinar Recording:
https://zoom.us/rec/share/xJBSHu7f0jtOQ4md1h_dS6cMILS-aaa8hnMWq_MJmhnEoa8XnSjBAc_BEd9K0BeC

Webinar Presentation:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iMAPRdZlsplzivceHWc7rmvJ2Hdfkt-i/view?usp=sharing

Topic of the webinar:

  • Uzbekistan's Renewable Energy Investment under the situation of the COVID-19
  • Renewable Energy Projects Under PPP Model in Uzbekistan

 
Speaker Line-up:

Bahrom Umarbekov, Deputy Director, Office for Electric Energy Sector Reform, Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Bahodir Amonov, Chief Specialist, PPP Development Agency, Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Miguel Angel Hernandez, CEO, Mercados Aries International
Saniya Perzadayeva, Managing Partner, Unicase Law Firm

Автор: Сания Перзадаева