In the coming years, Uzbekistan will launch the production of renewable energy sources with a total capacity of more than 8 GW. However, the “green” transition should not create a shock for the developing economy and socially vulnerable segments of the population, said Prime Minister Abdulla Aripov.
In the coming years, Uzbekistan plans to build renewable energy sources (RES) with a total capacity of more than 8 GW. The Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Abdullah Aripov made this statement at the second regional summit of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Almaty.
The head of government noted that the country aims to increase the share of renewable energy sources to 25% of electricity generation in the country by 2030.
Abdulla Aripov also said that the Government of Uzbekistan has set a task to convert all public institutions and enterprises to renewable energy sources by the end of 2022, as well as the mandatory introduction of alternative energy sources and energy-saving technologies in the construction of social, infrastructure and housing facilities. said that standards are being introduced.
“At the same time, it is necessary to take measures for more efficient management of natural resources, further reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. The” green “transition should not create a shock for the developing economy and socially vulnerable segments of the population,” he added.
According to Uzbekistan’s renewed commitment to combat global warming, by 2030 the specific emissions of greenhouse gases per unit of GDP should decrease by 35% compared to 2010 levels.
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