Project Details
Talimarjan Power Project (formerly CASAREM-Talimarjan Energy Development Project)
Country:Uzbekistan
Sector:Energy
Summary:The project includes
  • detailed design, construction, installation, and commissioning of two combined cycle gas turbine units with installed capacity of approximately 370 megawatts (MW)–450 MW each, and related infrastructure at the Talimarjan thermal power plant;
  • building of a community service center for power plant employees and families; and
  • a special capacity development component to support the improvement of Uzbekenergo's management, financial, and operational performance.
Expected Outcome:The project will improve energy security in Uzbekistan and facilitate regional energy trade. It also aims to increase energy efficiency and save energy through clean power generation. Supporting investments will increase regional connectivity, and improve power sector performance and management, and customer service.
Expected Outputs:
  • Two combined cycle gas turbine units in Talimarjan thermal power plant commissioned,
  • community service center operational, and
  • Uzbekenergo corporate management and performance improved.
Date Approved:2010
Status:Ongoing
Expected Completion:2018
Funding Type:Loan
Funding Amount:Asian Development Bank: $350 million
Japan International Cooperation Agency: $300 million
Fund for Reconstruction and Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan: $250 million
Uzbekenergo: $150 million
Government of Uzbekistan: $230 million
Links/Documents:ADB Project Page