Strategic Partners 2022:

Results of 6th Annual International Congress and Exhibition

25-27 May 2022, Dushanbe, Tajikistan

Speakers and VIP guests 2022

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Djamshed
Shoimzoda

First Deputy Minister

the Ministry of Energy and Water Resources of the Tajikistan Republic

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Sharaf
Sheralizoda

Deputy Minister

the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Tajikistan Republic

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Abdullo
Kurbonzoda

Deputy Chairman of the OAHK

Barqi Tojik

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Amrikhon
Rahimov

General Director

Pamir Energy

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Stepan
Savchenkov

General Director

VNIIG im. B.E. Vedeneev

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Ikbol
Safarov

General Director

Tojikgidroelektromontazh

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Vokhidjon
Akhmadzhonov

Deputy Chairman of the Board

Uzbekgidroenergo

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Andrei
Kataev

Member of the Board, Director for Energy Markets and Foreign Affairs

System Operator of the Unified Energy System

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Thea
Jokhadze

Deputy CEO (Finance, Risk, Corporate Matters and Investor Relations)

Georgian Co-Investment Fund

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Makhmadsaid
Shamsullozoda

Technical Director

Rogun HPP

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Fabio
Guerino

Director

Webuild

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Andrey
Ivanko

Project Director of the Office of Cross-Border Support

Gazprombank

Sponsors and Partners 2022

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Congress Highlights 2022:

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Onsite visits to Rogun HPP and Nurek HPP*

Delegates will explore the results of production processes at the plants, will learn about plans on further development and expansion of generating capacities, will enjoy networking in the informal setting during welcome reception.

*the number of participation passes is limited; contact the organising committee for more details.

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200+ SENIOR-LEVEL EXECUTIVES

of backbone energy companies in the region, investors, government representatives, suppliers of equipment and services

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30+ PROMISING INVESTMENT PROJECTS

on construction and modernisation. ARE NEW LARGE-SCALE HPPs TO BE CONSTRUCTED IN CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CASPIAN REGION

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Special focus!

ROUND TABLE: CONSTRUCTION OF ROGUN HPP – A KEY DRIVER OF HYDROPOWER DEVELOPMENT IN TAJIKISTAN

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Strategic plenary session:

what role international cooperation and state support play in industry development?

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NEW! INTEGRATION OF RES: COMPLEX APPROACH TO HYDROPOWER.

Does the future belong to hybrids?

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Session with top managers and technical executives of operator companies and HPPs:

what technology solutions are required for efficient construction and operation?

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Exclusive exhibition of cutting-edge technology solutions

from design to project completion

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How to attract investment to the region?

Insights from financial experts

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Big benefits from small HPPs:

status and development prospects of small-scale hydropower in the region

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30+ hours of networking:

evening cocktails, interactive round tables, face-to-face scheduled meetings, and much more!

Onsite visit to Rogun HPP

About the project

Rogun HPP is a hydropower plant under construction on the river Vakhsh. It is part of the Vakhsh cascade and with an installed capacity of 3600 MW it is considered the largest HPP in the Central Asia. The HPP facility will include six hydropower generating units 600 MW each with radial-axial turbines. Average annual power generation will exceed 17bn kWh.

The dam with a height of 335 meters will be the highest rockfill dam in the world. It forms the Rogun reservoir with a total volume of 13,3 кm³ and a useful volume of 10,3 кm³. Rogun HPP is planned to be used for multiple purposes, including for power generation, water regulation, mitigation of flood and drought hazards.

Onsite visit to Nurek HPP, Barqi Tojik

About the project

Nurek HPP is a hydropower plant in the vicinity of the Nurek city, Khatlon region, Tajikistan, on the river Vakhsh. This is the largest power plant of Tajikistan, and the most powerful one in the Middle East. It is part of the Vakhsh cascade, its second step. The dam of Nurek HPP with a height of 300 meters was considered the highest globally, and since 2013 it is the 2nd highest in the world. An installed capacity of the power plant is 3000 MW, actual capacity is 2320 MW; nameplate average annual power generation is 11,200 million kWh.

Phase 1 of Nurek HPP rehabilitation started in March 2019. The modernisation process is planned to be 2-phased. Within Phase 1, by 2023, it is planned to replace 3 power generating units and autotransformers; Phase 2 (2024-2028) implies replacement of the remaining six hydropower generating units. Besides, the project implies replacement of auxiliary equipment, and dam rehab works. Once completed, the plant capacity is expected to reach 3300 MW.