Toktogul HPP is the largest and most important power plant in the Kyrgyz Republic, with installed capacity of 1,200 megawatts (four turbine-generator units each with installed capacity of 300 megawatt) and located along the Naryn River in the Jalal-Abad province. Naryn cascade accounts for 97% of the hydro capacity and 78% of the total installed power generation capacity in the country. Toktogul HPP is the region's only multi-year storage capacity. Producing 50% of the average electricity output, the power plant plays a critical role as a domestic power source and as a power exporter and provider of frequency regulator services to the Central Asian power system (CAPS). CAPS comprises the synchronously interconnected systems of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Uzbekistan. Tajikistan, previously connected to CAPS, is currently operating on an island mode.
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