Purpose of the Environmental and Social Impact Assessments
The EBRD is considering providing EUR 54 mln to finance the construction, commissioning and operation of a 50MW wind power plant in the Yereymentau region. As one of the first large-scale wind energy projects in Kazakhstan, the project has the potential of becoming an example of successful implementation of a project-financed renewable energy project in the country. The Project is part of a larger wind park (above 300 MW) and therefore a cumulative assessment might be required as part of the Bank’s Environmental and Social Due Diligence.
It is expected that a parallel loan of up to EUR 18 million will be provided by the Clean Technology Fund (CTF).
There is a project summary document available for this project.
Non-Technical Summary (NTS) | NTS Russian
Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) | SEP Russian
Environmental and Social Monitoring Plan (ESMP) | ESMP Russian
Draft Environmental and Social Action Plan (ESAP) | Draft ESAP Russian
Full ESIA availability
Full ESIA documentation is available locally at:
EBRD Headquarters in London, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsor’s Local office
Astana, Kabanbay Batyr Avenue, 17
Tel: + 7 (7172) 55-30-21, +7 (7172) 55-30-30 (fax)
Akimat of Yereymentau district of Akmola region,
Construction Department 121,
Contact: Erbol Mazhkenov
Tel. +7713 8(71633) 234 36
EBRD Resident Office in Almaty
Kazybek Bi 41
Tel: +7 727332 0025
Contact: Xeniya Rogan, email@example.com
The ESIA package has also been released for public review by the project sponsor on the project websites.
This document was prepared at an early stage of project development, before consideration by the EBRD Board of Directors. Details of a project may change following disclosure.
Environmental and Social Impact Assessments and ESIA summaries are produced by project sponsors, and the EBRD makes them available without any comment or implied endorsement. Any views expressed or statements made in the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment or the ESIA Summary do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the EBRD.
Last updated 25 June 2014