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The Ministry of Energy of Kyrgyzstan(MoEK) is planning to develop the Kambarata hydroelectric power station in Naryn, Kyrgyzstan.
The project involves the construction of a power plant with a capacity of 2,260MW, dams, spillways, tunnels, power stations, substations and related facilities and the installation of turbines and power related facilities.
The project is being developed in two stages. Kambarata I hydro power Station involves the construction of a 1,900MW unit and Kambarata II Hydropower Station involves the construction of a 360MW unit.
Work on the plant commenced in 1986 but was halted due to the lack of funds. Construction of Kambarata II hydropower plant was completed in September 2010.
Russia has funded US$300 million for the Kambarata II hydropower project and also provided a US$2,000 million financial
On April 2, 2013, The Canadian Company SNC-Lavalin International Inc. has won a tender to draft a feasibility study for the construction of the Kyrgyz-Russian Kambarata Hydroelectric Power Plant (HPP).
In December 2015, Due to the crisis, Kyrgyzstan terminated the agreement with Russia on the construction of hydropower plant. And they are in search of new investors for the implementation of the project.
In August 2016, Investor from Japan has shown an interest and will be decided in October-November of 2016. On the other side, Investors from China, UAE, and Europe also showed interest in the implementation of the project.
Funding of US$110 million will be financed by The Eurasian Development Bank (EDB).
The project involves the construction of a power plant with a capacity of 2,260MW in Naryn, Kyrgyzstan.
The US$3,000 million project includes the following: