Pakistan plans to Quadruple Renewables by 2025

Pakistan plans to Quadruple Renewables by 2025

Head of the country’s Energy Task Force, Nadeem Babar, told Al-Jazeera that Pakistan will build a new range of solar and wind facilities, to reduce the nation’s reliance on gas and fuel imports.

Pakistan has announced plans to expand its wind and solar capacity, with a stated goal of achieving 20% of the country’s generation from renewable sources by 2025.


Mr Babar said: “The general policy is to have much higher emphasis on renewables over the next 10 years.

“Last year, 41% of generation was on imported fuels. That is just way too high.”

Source : SE


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