UNIDO to facilitate Pakistan in employing renewable energy resources


ISLAMABAD: United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) representative, Esam



Alqararah, said that Pakistan has a great potential in various diverse fields, especially in the renewable



He elaborated that there were a number of localities in Pakistan where residents could easily generate



electricity by putting a small turbine in the water flowing in rivers and their tributaries, and they will



have no need to get connected with any grid station

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Pak-German renewable energy forum to be launched soon


STAFF REPORT ISB: Ambassador of Germany Ina Lepel has said that Pakistan-German Renewable Energy Forum (REF) would be launched to help bring together and connect Pakistani-German actors from public and private sectors of REandEE.Speaking at an 5th International Exhibition and Conference Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, she said the German Development Cooperation has been engaged in renewable energy and energy efficiency (REandEE) since 1962, the very beginnings of Pakistan-German

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Pakistan receives $3b renewable energy investment


STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistan has received a record $3 billion investment in the renewable energy sector over the past one year as the government seeks to ensure energy security in the country.

Pakistan has become a choice destination of investors because of the potential in this sector, robust policy framework, lucrative tariff structures and bankable security documents, said Amjad Ali Awan, CEO Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB).

He said the government is taking steps to

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Renewable energy sector attracts billions in investment


STAFF REPORT ISB: The renewable energy sector has attracted foreign investment of over $3 billion during the last year, indicating investment potential of this sector in the country.

"Pakistan has become a choice investment destination for private investors mainly due the potential, a robust policy framework, lucrative tariff structures and bankable security documents," said Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB) Chief Executive Officer Amjad Ali Awan while talking to media

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