Singyes Solar wins EPC contract for 100MW solar plant in Uzbekistan

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The project will mostly be financed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). Flickr: Manu/Manuela

China-based EPC and project developer China Singyes Solar Technologies Holdings has won an EPC contract for a 100MW solar plant in Uzbekistan on behalf of state-owned firm Uzbekenergo.

Singyes won the contract to build the US$147 million plant in the Samarkand Province via a tender process.

A Hong Kong Stock Exchange filing from Singyes said the project will mostly be financed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). PV Tech reported in 2013 that ADB would provide US$100 million financing.

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