Construction start in Chulakkurgan


At the beginning of July 2019, the start of construction of the 50 MW Chulakkurgan solar park in southern Kazakhstan, which was developed and significantly planned by Green Energy 3000, was celebrated. In the presence ofthe financing bank, the investor and official representatives of the Shymken tregion, the foundation stone was laid with an official ceremony. Completion is scheduled for the end of 2019.

With the signing of the project purchase agreement for the solar park at the end of 2018, the Green Energy 3000 Group reached another milestone in international project development. "I am delighted that, having reached this milestone, we are now able to announce the next success in Kazakhstan with the start of construction," said Andreas Renker, Managing Director of Green Energy 3000 Holding GmbH, based in Leipzig. "In addition to the German and French markets, where we have an increasingly diversified project portfolio, other foreign markets in and outside Europe are becoming an increasingly important success and growth factor for us," adds Renker.

The Green Energy 3000 Group has been planning the solar park in the southern Kazakh steppe since 2016. The solar park covers an area of more than 60 hectares and will be connected to the public grid at 110 kV level via a transformer station planned and to be built by Green Energy 3000. Since its market entry in Kazakhstan, Green Energy 3000 has consistently pushed ahead with project development despite all local challenges. The group of companies is present in Kazakhstan through a branch office in Nur-Sultan and aims to successfully implement further projects in the wind and solar sector within the newly created tendering system in Kazakhstan.

In France, the second important foreign market for Green Energy 3000, the Pauvres and Villers-le-Tourneur wind farms were successfully sold to investors some time ago. The 5 MWp Chassenard solar park is currently being sold. In addition, building permission for a further 12 MW wind project is expected in Q3 2019.

In addition to its international successes, Green Energy 3000 maintains its successful presence in its home market of Germany. Construction work on the Gauaschach wind farm (Bavaria) is now in full swing. The project purchase agreement for the 12.3 MW wind farm was signed with a group of German investors at the end of February. Completion of the wind farm, which is being built under challenging conditions, is scheduled for December 2019.

Green Energy 3000 is a group of companies with many years of international experience in project development, planning, construction and operation of wind and solar parks. The group of companies has an extensive international project portfolio and plans to commission numerous other solar and wind power plants developed in-house next year. Green Energy 3000 thusmakes a significant contribution to the expansion of renewable energies. In addition, the activities in the field of energy storage also contribute to facilitating further progress in the energy transition.