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The IBM 1400 PP 4 MW Thar projects

The IBM 1400 PP 4 MW Thar projects

The IBM 1400 PP 4 MW Thar projectsMinister Khawaja Asif Private Power and Infrastructure Board meeting chaired by happening.

Islamabad: Private Power and Infrastructure Board (IB PP) 4 of the 1400 MW of Thar coal projects approved, Board PP between IBM and China Three Gorges Corporation approved the memorandum. On Tuesday, the Board of PP 101 th meeting, which was held under the chairmanship of Federal Minister Khawaja Asif established in the 1400 MW projects in Thar reviewed. He told the board that the Thar Coal 660 MW project is the second major project that is being established in collaboration with the private sector.

The project will be possible to achieve affordable electricity. He said that China-Pakistan economic corridor project under this priority project which will start production in 2017-18. During the meeting, the PPI and the Silk Road China Three Gorges Fund has approved the memorandum, the fund is being set up by China.

Pakistan whose purpose is the development and promotion of hydroelectric projects. Letter of support of the tripartite meeting, which was approved four provinces, Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan would cooperate on projects. The meeting of the Board Arif 150 MW coal project, while approved letter of support for the 1200-MW coal project Sahiwal.

1320 MW and 1320 MW imported coal project of Port Qasim Karachi hub for coal projects were also approved to issue Letter of Support. Federal Minister Khawaja Asif said that the country’s power needs from these projects will help. Our main target is to achieve affordable electricity for the use of local resources being. The board and investors to facilitate timely completion of projects directed.

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