En+ May Participate in Kazakhstan Power Project, Kommersant Says
The project may increase electricity supply from Russia to Kazakhstan from current 1.7 gigawatts per year to 5 gigawatts after 1,900 kilometers line is built, newspaper said.
It may cost about 150 billion rubles ($5 billion), but it’s not clear who will fund it, Kommersant said.
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