Alternative Energy Resources of Uzbekistan and Possibilities of Their Effective Use




Alternative energy sources, solar energy, wind energy, hydropower resources, waste-free energy production technologies


This article provides information on the need to use alternative energy sources, which are environmentally friendly natural energy resources. The results of the study on the potential of alternative energy resources of Uzbekistan, the possibilities of their effective use and the large-scale reforms carried out in this regard are also presented


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How to Cite

Rustamjonovich Koriyev, M., & Abdujabborov, A. A. ugli. (2022). Alternative Energy Resources of Uzbekistan and Possibilities of Their Effective Use. Dera Natung Government College Research Journal, 7(1), 20–31.