Power Machines is expanding its presence in the Republic of Uzbekistan
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- Power Machines opened a representative office in Tashkent and deployed a network of project offices at the sites of hydroelectric power plants under construction.
“The power engineers of Russia and Uzbekistan are bound not only by partnership obligations, but by a common history and long-term relationship,” comments Timur Lipatov, General Director of Power Machines. - The development of energy is always a joint work based on close cooperation, on good partnerships and mutual respect for people who speak the same professional language. There are many top-class specialists in the energy sector of Uzbekistan, experienced professionals, and it is a great pleasure to cooperate with them. By opening a representative office with a network of project offices, we plan to bring our work to a qualitatively new level, providing a special approach to each project, reducing the response time to emerging tasks.
At present, Power Machines continues to fulfill contracts for the modernization of three power plants - Syrdarya TPP, Farkhad and Tupalangskaya HPPs. Also in the works are projects for the construction of a small HPP at Piket 102 + 00 and a small HPP Bogishamol. In the near future, it is planned to start work on the turnkey construction project of a small hydroelectric power station at the Sardoba reservoir and the supply of equipment for the Nizhnechatkalskaya and Pskemskaya HPPs under construction. Russian enterprises will be involved in the production and supply of equipment, including the Electrosila plant, the Leningrad Metal Plant, and the Kaluga Turbine Plant.
The representative office of the Russian company in Tashkent will employ 12 people, the staff of four project offices at the sites of hydroelectric power plants under construction will total 20 specialists. Sergei Borisovich Neretin, a professional hydropower engineer with over 30 years of experience in the energy sector, has been appointed to the position of the representative office director.
The development of the energy sector in Uzbekistan is inextricably linked with Russia and Russian power engineering enterprises, whose turbines, generators, boiler equipment are successfully operating at the power plants of the republic. 80% of heat and hydroelectric power generation in Uzbekistan is produced by turbines and generators produced by enterprises that are part of Power Machines. The Leningrad Metal Plant and the Elektrosila plant participated in equipping the Burjarskaya HPP-4, Angrenskaya, Navoiyskaya, Tashkent and Syrdarya TPPs, Charvakskaya HPPs and many others. For more than 90 years of cooperation history, Power Machines plants have delivered power and electrical equipment with a total capacity of about 7 GW.