Astana, Kazakhstan – The Second Project Steering Committee (PSC) meeting of the European Union (EU) funded project “Sustainable Energy Connectivity in Central Asia (SECCA)” convened in Astana today. Officials from the countries of Central Asia (CA), members of the PSC designated by their respective governments, and representatives of the EU gathered at the event.

The PSC meeting, convened once a year, is an important event for the stakeholders to come together and discuss the project progress and the way forward.

SECCA is a four-year project and has recently passed the midpoint of its implementation timeline. During the meeting, Team Leader Mr Paata Janelidze and Key Expert Ms Ilze Purina presented a comprehensive update on the status of project activities, highlighting achievements and outlining a work plan for the next 6-month period.

The participants discussed the provided update, expressed confidence in the SECCA’s trajectory and commended the project experts for their efforts and hard work.

Mr Johannes Baur, Head of Cooperation of the EU Delegation to the Republic of Kazakhstan concluded: “SECCA is successfully working in Central Asia. We highly appreciate the interest and involvement of all partners in the beneficiary countries. This PSC meeting has reaffirmed our shared dedication to building a cleaner, more connected energy future for the region”.


Meeting materials


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