NEWS: ROADMAP SIGNED FOR 30 GW GREEN HYDROGEN DEVELOPMENTS IN KAZAKHSTAN

A delegation of the Kazakh government headed by the deputy minister for foreign affairs Mr. Almas Aidarov (“Kazakh delegation”) and company representatives of the SVEVIND group of companies (“SVEVIND”) met in northern Sweden on October 7th and 8th to visit the MARKBYGDEN 1101 wind farm and to sign the roadmap for the green hydrogen project developments in Kazakhstan.

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NEWS: THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN MR. KASSYM-JOMART TOKAYEV MET CEO OF SVEVIND

On invitation of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Mr. Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, the CEO of the German-Swedish group of companies SVEVIND told the President about the prospects of the implementation of investment projects in the field of “green” energy in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

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NEWS: THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN MR. KASSYM-JOMART TOKAYEV MET CEO OF SVEVIND

On invitation of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Mr. Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, the CEO of the German-Swedish group of companies SVEVIND told the President about the prospects of the implementation of investment projects in the field of “green” energy in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

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NEWS: MR. WOLFGANG KROPP, CEO OF SVEVIND, PRESENTED ITS GREEN HYDROGEN PROJECTS TO THE KAZAKH PRIME MINISTER MR. ASKAR MAMIN

On invitation of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Mr. Wolfgang Kropp, CEO of «SVEVIND Energy GmbH», met with the Prime Minister Mr. Askar Mamin during a meeting with other CEOs of German companies and the Eastern Committee of the German Economy. He presented SVEVIND`s projects to produce green hydrogen and green ammonia in the Mangystau region in Western Kazakhstan.

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NEWS: MR. WOLFGANG KROPP, CEO OF SVEVIND, PRESENTED ITS GREEN HYDROGEN PROJECTS TO THE KAZAKH PRIME MINISTER MR. ASKAR MAMIN

On invitation of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Mr. Wolfgang Kropp, CEO of «SVEVIND Energy GmbH», met with the Prime Minister Mr. Askar Mamin during a meeting with other CEOs of German companies and the Eastern Committee of the German Economy. He presented SVEVIND`s projects to produce green hydrogen and green ammonia in the Mangystau region in Western Kazakhstan.

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SVEVIND & THE AKIMAT OF MANGYSTAU

…sign a memorandum of understanding

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THIS WIND PROJECT CAN STILL HIT 4GW

New demand means giant wind project in northern Sweden could yet reach original target.

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SVEVIND AND KAZAKH INVEST NATIONAL COMPANY JSC

…sign a memorandum of understanding relating to giant green hydrogen facilities amounting 30 gigawatt in Kazakhstan

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EUROPE’S LARGEST ONSHORE WIND FARM LOCATED IN SWEDEN IS GROWING QUICKLY

Markbygden 1101* is the name of the project initiated by Svevind back in 2001. It has been a long journey, with Svevind steadfast at the helm, towards realising the largest onshore wind power project in Europe and one of the largest-ever industrial projects to date. In Piteå, in the county of Norrbotten, up to 1101* wind turbines are emerging, which together will produce up to 12 TWh per year. This is comparable with up to 8% of today’s electricity consumption of Sweden.

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1101* BY SVEVIND PUTS NORTHERN SWEDEN INTO THE SPOTLIGHT

See the reportage of Monocle journalist Gabriel Leigh

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MARKBYGDEN 1101 – AN IMPORTANT PART IN THE RENEWABLE ENERGY TRANSITION

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WE’RE LAYING THE FOUNDATION FOR THE ENERGY OF TOMORROW

To date, we have put forward 1,176 sites with permission for establishing wind farms – from single turbines to Europe’s largest onshore wind farm. Find out more about what we’ve achieved so far to help cater for the energy supply needs of tomorrow.

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A CENTRAL ROLE IN SWEDEN’S FUTURE ENERGY PRODUCTION

SVEVIND BELIEVES IN ONSHORE WIND POWER AS AN ENERGY SOURCE OF THE FUTURE

Wind power is a renewable source of energy provided by nature. The operation of wind turbines does not produce any emissions or require any environmentally damaging transportation of fuel, and wind power is a long-term sustainable source of energy. Between 2012 and 2017, electricity produced using wind power plants in Sweden increased by 240% according to the Swedish Energy Agency and Statistics Sweden.

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FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

Svevind wants to help to combat global warming and make Sweden self-sufficient in terms of renewable energy. Our focus is wind power – a source of energy with very good future prospects which does not leave an environmental debt for future generations to repay. Svevind conducts careful planning and analyses to ensure that the green energy yields are as high as possible. We are developing our methods to ensure that our neighbours also benefit from wind power.

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