Kazakhstan has ideal conditions for solar power projects
A dry climate with 2,200-3,000 sunshine hours per day, low population density and a flat, vast topography makes it a model location for PV power projects; a power source the government is keen to exploit
In the south, the countries average irradiation reaches above 2,000 kWh/m2/years.
Since June 2014, a fixed feed-in tariff law, № 645, to “Support the Use of Renewable Energy Sources” has been implemented with the support of the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources
As per the FIT program, the government’s indicative FIT price is in the range of KZT35/kWh – 70kWh (depending on surface conditions and Module production sites) with a 15-year period
The FIT Program has been heralded as a major step forward in the support of solar energy industry