Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said the goal is to bring the share of renewable energy in the country’s energy balance to at least 15% by 2030, according to the presidential office in Nur-Sultan. He was addressing the 34th plenary session of the Foreign Investors’ Council on June 9. The event was attended by heads of major multinational companies, heads of government agencies and representatives of international organizations.

The agenda of the meeting included the development of decarbonisation of the economy and introduction of low-carbon technologies.

Tokayev also noted the importance of nuclear power. According to the President, in the context of instability of renewable energy and limited gas generation, the peaceful use of nuclear energy is the only source of continuous basic generation.