Pakistan, China to sign agreement of Azad Pattan Hydel power project

The Lombok Peaker gas-fired combined cycle power plant (PLTMGU) in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara. This 136MW peaker plant, which began operations in early 2020, supplies electricity during sudden spikes in local power consumption. (PLN/PLN). Sketched by the Pan Pacific Agency.

ISLAMABAD, Jul 6, 2020, The Nation. Pakistan and China will sign an agreement on Monday for construction of Azad Pattan Hydel Power Project, The Nation reported.

In a tweet on Monday, Chairman CPEC Authority Asim Saleem Bajwa said Prime Minister Imran Khan will grace the occasion.

He said this project, another milestone under the CPEC, envisages an investment of 1.5 billion dollars. He said we move towards cheaper and greener power.

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