China-Backed Mega Battery Project Disruptions Ground in Uzbekistan

The Uzbekistan Angren District Rochi Energy Storage Scheme, China’s major overseas investment in single-unit electrochemical energy storage project, formally broke ground on March 25, conferring to China Energy Construction Group.

The first-of-its-kind capability in Uzbekistan epitomizes a major leap forward for the nation’s energy infrastructure. Spanning coarsely 6 hectares, the project will use lithium iron phosphate batteries to provide a 150-megawatt power formation and a 300-megawatt-hour battery energy storage system.

Hanzla Luqman

(Associate Editor) Hanzla holds a BS Degree in Botany. He is also a well-known personality and educationist and has a large number of social following. He is also a scholarship winner and mentor for students looking for studying abroad opportunities.

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