Bash Wind IPP

OVERVIEW

The Bash 500 MW Wind Farm is a greenfield Independent Power Project IPP that is developed by ACWA Power in the Republic of Uzbekistan.

ACWA Power and the JSC National Electrical Grid of Uzbekistan signed a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for the development/construction/operation of a 500 MW onshore wind power plant. JSC National Electric Grid of Uzbekistan acts as the sole off-taker.

The project will be located in the Bukhara region and will be developed as a ‘Build, Own, Operate, Transfer’ project. ACWA Power will take the lead in the construction, engineering, operation and maintenance the plant.

 

ESIA Volume 1: Non-Technical Summary – English / Russian / Uzbekistan

ESIA Volume 2: Main Text – English / Russian
ESIA Volume 3: Framework for Environmental and Social Management – English / Russian 
ESIA Volume 4: Appendices Part A – English
ESIA Volume 4: Appendices Part B – English
Stakeholder Engagement Plan – English / Russian 
Resettlement Action Plan – English / Russian / Uzbekistan 
Summary of Material Updates to the ESIA Package – English / Russian
ESIA Consultation & Disclosure Report – English / Russian
 

KEY FACTS

  • LOCATION
    Bash, Bukhara Region, Uzbekistan
  • OFFTAKER
    JSC National Electric Grid of Uzbekistan (NEGU)
  • CAPACITY
    500 MW
  • TECHNOLOGY
    Onshore Wind
  • PROJECT COST
    USD 678 Mn
  • ACWA POWER SHARE
    100%
  • OFFTAKE CONTRACT
    25-year PPA BOO(T)
  • PROJECT COMPANY
    FE “ACWA Power Bash Wind” LLC
  • O&M
    NOMAC