The Pakistani Minister Added That The Government Has Set Ambitious Targets To Introduce 25% Renewable Energy By 2025
In a recent meeting with the Norwegian Ambassador, Pakistan’s Minister for Power Division, Omar Ayub said that the country’s new Renewable Energy Policy is expected to attract investment opportunities due to transparent policies of the government.
Talking with the Norwegian ambassador – Mr. Kjell Gunnar Eriksen, the Pakistani minister added that the government has set ambitious targets to introduce 25% renewable energy by 2025. He further added that further 30% renewable energy would be introduced by the end of 2030 with a 40% share of hydel power generation into the energy mix of the country.
It is said that renewable energy-based power plants would be recruited through open and competitive bidding transparently. According to the source, the Norwegian Ambassador applauded the new Renewable Energy Policy of Pakistan and hoped that Norway will continue its support with Pakistan in the field of renewable energy.
This news was originally published at Research Snipers