Syrdarya Power Plant
|Syrdarya Power Plant|
|Primary fuel||Natural gas|
|Secondary fuel||Fuel oil|
|Generation units||10 x 300 MW|
|Installed capacity||3,000 MW|
|As of 20 November 2010|
Modernization of the Syrdarya Power Plant a been financed by international donors. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in cooperation with the Asian Development Bank financed reconstruction of two generation units by Siemens. In 2000, the Syrdarya Energy Company, now part of Uzbekenergo, was created on the basis of the Syrdarya Power Plant.
The power plant has 3 flue gas stacks, the tallest of which is 350 metres (1,150 ft).
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