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Windtech International March April 2024 issue






Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz of Pakistan has said that the government is looking for power generation from all possible sources, including wind energy, and the country will be producing 100 megawatt wind energy by June this year.

He was talking to a delegation of companies involved in the production of wind power. The delegation included Brain Fitzpatrick of AXOR, Canada, and Rafiq Dawood, Chairman of Win Power. The prime minister said that the government has prioritized electrification of remote villages through wind and solar generating projects to provide cheaper electricity to the people of these areas and 500-600MW power generating capacity will be installed by 2007. The delegation informed the prime minister that a consortium involving MS/AXOR of Canada and First Dawood Group would establish a 50MW wind power project at Gharo, Sindh, to meet the urgent needs for electricity in Pakistan. The project will be functional by the summer of 2007.
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