In Turkestan, a five-sided investment agreement was signed between the administration of Turkestan region, Kazakh Invest, Eco-Culture Agro-Industrial Holding, Green Land Alatau and the Eurasian Development Bank on the construction of a 500-hectare greenhouse complex in Keles district.
The volume of planned investments will amount to $1.1 billion.
On May 17 this year, Alexander Rudakov, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Eco-Culture Holding, and the Prime Minister Askar Mamin have already signed a memorandum. The project of the greenhouse mega-complex will be implemented with the help of the Russian partner of the ECO-Culture Agribusiness Holding and the Kazakhstan company Green Land Alatau.
To date, the regional Department of Energy and Housing and Communal Services has made calculations to connect the necessary infrastructure in the selected area.
The construction of the greenhouse complex will be carried out in several stages. The complex will be equipped with a modern computerized climate control system. About 50 thousand tons of products are planned to be collected here annually, Kapital reported.