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First ever wind farm could be on the way in Kyrgyzstan

Chinese investors believe they will be the first to construct a wind farm in the small nation of Kyrgyzstan.

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Despite a modest size of 50 MW, the Central Asian country Kyrgyzstan could be passing a milestone with its new wind turbine project near Balykchy as it is set to be the first ever in the country, reports Recharge News.

Chinese investors from Shanghai Yin Qian Investment Co. and China Engineering Corp. have teamed up on this project. The media reports that a feasibility study has been carried out, but there is no concrete information yet about when the project can be realized.

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