CHAPTER 6: Electricity

January 2006
Kazakhstan: Energy Cooperation with Russia - Oil, Gas & Beyond;2006, p31
Chapter 6 of the book "Kazakhstan's Energy Cooperation With Russia" is presented. It explores the establishment of the free-trade zone in electricity by United Energy Systems company (RAO EUS), the electric power monopoly in Russia. Moreover, it also provides an overview of the structure of energy generation and distribution in Kazakhstan.


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