Pakistan is considering new and inexpensive energy options for affordable electricity

It was further said that the management of the power zone is essential in order to use the energy sources of the country properly.

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Muhammad Jahanzeb Khan, Deputy Chairman Planning Commission, has recently stated that Pakistan is now considering inexpensive options of renewable energy so that cheap electricity can be provided to various industries as well as houses for the sustainable development of the country.

A launch event of National Action Plan was arranged by Planning Commission in alliance with UNDP (United Nations Development Programme), where while addressing people, Mr. Khan said, “By 2030, Pakistan has a great opportunity to transform its energy systems by improving energy efficiency and incorporating more renewable energy into its mix.”

Switching to solar power: 

He further stated that through the new plans of renewable energy, economical energy would be produced using the solar system, and in the summer season, solar power would be produced not just for the household, but for numerous industries in the country as well.

Manufacturing inexpensive energy through considering a number of options is currently the priority of the government, and they’re presently making short as well as medium-term strategies regarding the matter, Mr. Khan additionally said.

It was further said that the management of the power zone is essential in order to use the energy sources of the country properly. Energy conservation has been a challenge for the country for a really long time; therefore, it is something that needs a lot of work.

Implementing the reports of UNDS is crucial to pull off the merits as well as self-reliance in the energy zone. The Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission, also affirmed that global competitiveness is Pakistan’s dire need at the moment in order to magnify the sustainable industrial growth to achieve industry standards.

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