The project will help upgrade the Kyrgyz Republic's largest power plant, Toktogul, which produces 40% of the country's electricity supply and regulates power frequency for Central Asia. The project will (i) continue the phased rehabilitation of Toktogul hydroelectric power plant (HPP) by replacing two of the four existing generator and turbine units and associated auxiliary equipment; (ii) implement a business process improvement project for the main generation company, open joint-stock company Electric Power Plants (EPP); (iii) prepare an asset inventory and revaluation for the seven power companies, and Bishkekteploset (heat and hot water distribution company); and (iv) prepare a power sector master plan to include a due diligence study for the rehabilitation of Uch Kurgan HPP.
The project will increase domestic energy supply and international electricity trade, improve asset management and sector planning, and strengthen sector operational performance.
- Toktogul hydroelectric power plant rehabilitated.
- Asset inventory and revaluation prepared.
- Kyrgyz Republic power sector master plan developed.
- Electric power plants (EPP) business process improved
|Funding Agency||Amount (USD millions)||Notes|
|Asian Development Bank||44.5||Grant|
|Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development (EFSD)||100||Loan|
|Government of the Kyrgyz Republic||41.68|
|Asian Development Bank||65.5||Loan|