Exploring the Electric Substation Sector in Central Asia

ACIR Southern Europe

Central Asia is becoming a focal point in the global energy sphere, with sustained growth in electricity consumption. According to data from the International Energy Agency, a 50% increase in electricity generation capacity is projected by 2040 in the region.

Electric substations play a crucial role in the energy infrastructure of Central Asia, facilitating efficient transmission and distribution of electricity, ensuring reliable power supply to communities and industrial sectors.

Opportunities for European Companies

European companies have the opportunity to enter this thriving market, leveraging the growing demand for innovative technologies and advanced solutions in the field of electric substations. With solid experience and recognized quality, they can offer products and services that stimulate the infrastructural development of the region.


  1. Modernization of Electric Substations: Updating existing electric infrastructure, including replacement of outdated equipment, implementation of advanced control and monitoring systems, integration of intelligent technologies to enhance efficiency and reliability of power supply.

  2. Development of Smart Substations: Construction of intelligent electric substations using cutting-edge technologies such as automation, real-time data analytics, and active network management.

  3. Implementation of High-Capacity Transmission Networks: Expansion and improvement of electric transmission networks in Central Asia, with a focus on deploying high-capacity infrastructure for efficient and secure energy transmission over long distances.

Support from the Governments of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan

The governments of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan are ready to support European companies interested in participating in the electric substation sector, providing various forms of assistance, from tax incentives to streamlining bureaucratic procedures, to attract foreign investment and technological development in the energy sector.

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