This ground-breaking transaction represents one of the first project financed solar plants in Uzbekistan using a long-term Power Purchase Agreement model and sets the groundwork for a series of new solar projects currently under tender.
The Tutly solar plant was entirely developed by Total Eren, a leading France-based Independent Power Producer (“IPP”) from renewable energy (mainly solar and wind), active globally. Tutly is one of the first IPP projects to be built in the country.
Once completed, the power plant is expected to produce 270 GWh per year, enough to supply the needs of about 140,000 people in Uzbekistan while reducing CO₂ emissions by about 160,000 tons per year. The solar farm will also support regional sustainable growth and contribute to local employment, with more than 300 workers on site during the construction phase and 15 permanent jobs created for the operation phase.