The Average Development Rate of Renewable Energy in Central Asia is No More Than 10%

Central Asia is the energy-rich region along the Belt and Road, is also China's the important strategic partners of the Belt and Road Initiative. The bigger rivers in Central Asia are the Amu River, the Sier River, the Yili River and the Tarim River. Most of them originate from the high mountains in Central Asia, with the melting snow and rainfall as the main sources of water. They are mostly inland rivers and hydropower resources relatively rich. Central Asian countries are abundant in oil and natural gas reserves, with rapid socio-economic development, infrastructure construction better. The national household electricity rates reached or close to 100%. But the Central Asian countries did not paid much attention to the development of small hydropower and other renewable energy, the average development rate less than 10%. Therefore, as a significant advantage of renewable energy, development prospect bright.


Many countries in Central and Eastern Europe attach great importance to the development of hydropower. Turkey, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria and other countries have dispatched participants to China to participate in various levels and channels of clean renewable energy international economic and technical cooperation training courses, with a good basis for cooperation. In recent years, Turkey, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina paid attention to the development and utilization of hydropower resources. Chinese companies participated in the design and construction of many local hydropower stations, trusted and praised by the owners. The new economic belt along the country across Asia and Europe are full of light, solar energy resources are also very rich.

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