Onshore wind capacity accounted for 9.5% of total power plant installations globally in 2021, according to GlobalData, with total recorded onshore wind capacity of 774GW. This is expected to contribute 13.1% by the end of 2030 with capacity of installations aggregating up to 1,618GW. Of the total global onshore wind capacity, 0.09% is in Kazakhstan. Listed below are the five largest active onshore wind power plants by capacity in Kazakhstan, according to GlobalData’s power plants database. GlobalData uses proprietary data and analytics to provide a complete picture of the global onshore wind power segment. Buy the latest onshore wind power plant profiles here.

1. Zhanatas

The Zhanatas is a 100MW onshore wind power project located in Jambyl, Kazakhstan. Post completion of construction, the project was commissioned in 2021. The project was developed by Central Asian Green Power; China Power International Holding; Powerchina Chengdu Engineering. China Power International Holding own the project. Buy the profile here.

2. Kordai Zhambyl Wind Farm

The 53.75MW Kordai Zhambyl Wind Farm onshore wind power project is located in Jambyl, Kazakhstan. It was commissioned in 2013. Buy the profile here.

3. Isatay Wind Farm

The Isatay Wind Farm is a 52.80MW onshore wind project. It was commissioned in 2019. It is located in Atyrau, Kazakhstan. Buy the profile here.

4. Ybyrai Wind Power Project

The Ybyrai Wind Power Project onshore wind project with a capacity of 51.20MW came online in 2021. It is located in Kostanay, Kazakhstan. Buy the profile here.

5. Badamsha Wind Power Project

The Badamsha Wind Power Project has been operating since 2020. The 49.40MW onshore wind project is located in Aktobe, Kazakhstan. The project has been developed by ArmWind. ArmWind have the equity stakes in this project. Buy the profile here.

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