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Energy Crisis Under CPEC

As per US government insights, Pakistan’s vitality blend is framed of 64% petroleum products, 27% hydropower and 9% different renewables and atomic force. While Pakistan has solid potential for delivering sustainable power source it is as yet a long way behind the developing nations throughout the world. The immaculate storage …

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Report: PM Abbasi inaugurated Tarbela Dam’s 4th extension

According to the latest report, PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi inaugurated the 4th extension of Tarbela Dam which has been completed under the CPEC (China-Pakistan Economic Corridor). This is surely a noteable development and milestone with regard to exploiting the immense hydropower potential and balancing energy mix of Pakistan. It will …

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CPEC is changing the energy sector of Pakistan

According to the Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, BRI is a global public good that follows international standards and an international cooperation platform that follows market principles. He made this statement during a press conference on the sidelines of the annual session of the National People’s Congress. China will work …

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Report: CPEC power projects to boost GDP by 2%

According to a new report, the enhanced power generation capacity resulting from CPEC projects is likely to add two percentage points to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the medium to long-term. An official at Planning, Development and Reforms Division stated:   “All the energy projects are aimed at adding 17,045 …

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Report: Five energy projects completed under CPEC

According to a latest report, five energy projects with an installed capacity of 2,520 MW of electricity have been completed under the CPEC (China-Pakistan Economic Corridor). The Planning Ministry confirmed that 1320 MW Sahiwal Coal Power Plant was completed just recently costing more than one billion dollars. Quaid-e-Azam Solar Power …

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