ISLAMABAD: Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway to Pakistan Kjell Gunnar Eriksen on Wednesday valued the recently declared Renewable Energy Policy of Pakistan, communicating trust that his nation would soon form a strong collaboration with Pakistan in the field of sustainable energy.
In a meeting session with the Federal Minister for Energy, Omar Ayub Khan at his office in Islamabad, the representative appreciated th minitser about the continuous Norwegian activities in the energy sector. The two sides pondered upon the viewpoint of Pakistan’s energy market and business opportunities taking into account the recently affirmed ‘Alternative Energy Policy’.
Talking on the event, Omar Ayub Khan educated the emissary that Pakistan has left after taping the colossal indigenous capability of environmentally friendly power.
He said the public authority has set a driven objective to present 25pc sustainable power by 2025 and 30pc by end of 2030, other than 40pc portion of hydel power age into the energy blend of the nation.
The clergyman said that Pakistan’s new Renewable Energy Policy would bring open doors for speculators because of the straightforward approaches of the current government. He further educated that the public authority would draft sustainable power based force plants through open and serious offering in a straightforward way.
Moreover, the public authority would empower the exchange of innovation in these undertakings, he added.
The pastor said that the public authority is zeroing in on the assembling and gathering of wind turbines and sun based boards in Pakistan.
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