Renewable Energy Sources and Ways of their Implementation in the Republic of Uzbekistan

  • Saidov Mashal Samadovich DSc (in economics), docent, Tashkent State University of Economics
Keywords: electric power, electricity generation, renewable energy sources, wind, solar, hydro, coal, gas, uranium, oil products


In this scientific article, the foreign experiences of using renewable energy sources (RES) are studied and the ways of their implementation in the practice of the Republic of Uzbekistan are shown, the economic advantages of using renewable energy sources in the production of electricity and future forecast indicators are analyzed.


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How to Cite
Samadovich, S. M. (2023). Renewable Energy Sources and Ways of their Implementation in the Republic of Uzbekistan. International Journal on Economics, Finance and Sustainable Development, 5(1), 38-52. Retrieved from