According to a local government statement, carried by Russian news agency Interfax, Taiwan-based NanoWin Technology plans to break ground on its CIGS technology plant later this year. Up to $160 million is expected to be invested in it.
NanoWin is also expected to install a 5MW solar farm in the same region. A total investment of $10million is forecast for its construction.
The Zhambyl region administration, NanoWin Technology Co. and Zhambyl Power Grid LLP have reportedly signed a memorandum of cooperation. The plant will be operational this year, the Interfax report continues.
No further details were revealed.
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