About Hyrasia One

Hyrasia One, a project by European SVEVIND Energy Group, is one of the world’s largest projects under development to produce green hydrogen in Kazakhstan. Hyrasia One is creating a wind-solar-hydrogen plant in Central Asia that will produce up to 2 million tons of green hydrogen or 11 million tons of green ammonia per year.

To this end, millions of solar panels and thousands of wind turbines will be installed in the vast steppes of southwestern Kazakhstan. The green electricity will then be used to produce green hydrogen via water electrolysis. The hydrogen can be converted into ammonia via synthesis plants.

The project is strategically placed in the center of global industry: the Mangystau region is well located to provide green hydrogen to global industry center. Large quantities of green hydrogen or ammonia could already today be transported to Asia, the Gulf region, or Europe via ship and rail.

Wind Energy

The vast steppes and high plateaus of the Mangystau region of Kazakhstan offer ideal conditions for energy production, with strong and constant wind throughout the year. Hyrasia One will harness these ideal conditions with several wind farms in the wide steppes, comprising a total of over 5,000 state-of-the-art wind turbines.

With a planned hub height of 150 meters, these turbines will capture the kinetic energy of the wind and convert it into green electricity: When the wind blows, it causes the large rotor blades of each wind turbine to spin. This rotation is transferred to a giant generator, which then transforms this kinetic energy into electrical energy – similar to a bicycle dynamo.

With up to 27 gigawatts, Hyrasia One's more than 5,000 wind turbines will produce about two-thirds of the project's total annual electricity.

Solar Energy

Millions of photovoltaic panels grouped in large solar farms will utilize the strong sun of the Mangystau steppes. Here, solar irradiance is much more intense than in Central Europe, for example.

Each photovoltaic panel compasses of semiconductor materials to convert sunlight into electricity: when the sunlight shines on the solar panels, photons are absorbed, causing electrons in the material to become excited and generate electron-hole pairs. An electric field within the panel then directs the flow of electrons, creating an electric current that can be harnessed.

Hyrasia One’s solar farms will be installed over an area of approximately 150 square kilometers. They will account for 13 gigawatts of the project's production capacity, or about one-third.


The 40 gigawatts of green electricity provided by the wind and solar farms will be transported to the coast of the Caspian Sea not far from the port city of Kuryk with overland lines. At the coast electrolyzers with a total capacity of 20 gigawatts will convert the green electricity and water from the Caspian Sea into green hydrogen.

Green hydrogen is produced by using the electric energy of renewable electricity to split water molecules (H2O) into hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O).

At peak production up to two million tons of green hydrogen will be produced by Hyrasia One per year. While green hydrogen offers immense opportunities for regional and national industries and economies to develop, it can also be treated as an exported commodity.

Questions and Answers

Hybrid Energy Cluster

"Талап | Talap"

Solar Capacity
1,300 MW

Wind Capacity
3,000 MW

Hybrid Energy Cluster

Еңбек | Enbek

Solar Capacity
1,800 MW

Wind Capacity
3,700 MW

Hybrid Energy Cluster

Терең ой | Teren oi

Solar Capacity
3,500 MW

Wind Capacity
5,200 MW

Hybrid Energy Cluster

Қанағат | Kanagat

Solar Capacity
4,900 MW

Wind Capacity
11,000 MW

Hybrid Energy Cluster

Рақым | Rahym

Solar Capacity
1,600 MW

Wind Capacity
4,000 MW

Industrial Complex

Kuryk South

Industrial Installations
Water Desalination Plant
Electric Headstations
Ammonia Synthesis Plant
Hydrogen and Ammonia Storage

Production Capacity
20.000 MW electrolyzer capacity
up to 5.500 tons of green hydrogen per day
11 Million tons of green ammonia per year

Logistic Terminal at Port Kuryk

Sarzha MMT (Multifunctional Marine Terminal)

Transport Capacity
11,000,000 green Ammonia per year
Logistic Hub to Europe and Asia
Route via Caspian Sea to Baku/Azerbaijan
Several Train Connection Possibilities

Owned, developed and operated by SEMURG INVEST

Why Ammonia?

Green hydrogen produced by Hyrasia One can be converted into green ammonia via synthesis plants – for example for fertilizer production or to make the energy suitable for efficient long distant transport. Ammonia, as a hydrogen and energy carrier, is the second most traded chemical in the world. Transporting it by rail or ship to other regions of Kazakhstan or around the world is easy.

Green ammonia can be produced by combining green hydrogen with nitrogen. The nitrogen is extracted from the air in a process called Haber-Bosch synthesis: using an iron metal catalyst under high temperature and pressure, atmospheric nitrogen (N2) reacts with hydrogen (H2) converting both to ammonia (NH3).

By utilizing green hydrogen in the synthesis of ammonia, the process minimizes carbon emissions traditionally associated with ammonia production, thus offering a sustainable alternative.

Logistics & Utilization

Transporting the hydrogen or ammonia being produced by Hyrasia One to industrial clusters in Kazakhstan would be a feasible option. However, it is highly likely that the majority of the ammonia will be exported to Southeast Asia or Central Europe. Already today, the fill volume of up to 11 Million tons of green ammonia could be transported to both regions. That is the result of a comprehensive transport study conducted with Deutsche Bahn Engineering & Consulting.

Ammonia is the energy carrier of choice for several reasons:

  • Liquid ammonia exists at -33°C / 1 bar or with ambient temperatures at 10 bars. For comparison: transport of liquified hydrogen requires temperatures of -253°C.
  • Transporting ammonia via railway, vessel, or pipeline are established technologies.
  • Ammonia is a well-established commodity, widely traded, and used in different industries (fertilizer, chemical industry, green copper & steel, power generation).

Head of Communication

Martin Kisza

Please contact Martin for all international media inquiries regarding Hyrasia One, cooperations and all matters concerning the SVEVIND Energy Group.

PR & Media Central Asia

Nikolay Putilin

Please contact Nikolay for all media inquiries from Central Asian and Russian speaking countries.


Martin Kisza

Head of Communication

Nikolay Putilin

Press & Media Central Asia