Surplus Electricity To Be Available From Next Year: Abid Sher

FAISALABAD, Apr 22 (APP): State Minister for Water and Power Chaudhry Abid Sher Ali Saturday said that PML-N government will not only end load-shedding this year but surplus electricity will be available from the next year. Talking to the media during his visit to Faisalabad

Power Crisis To End By First Week Of May: Asif

Federal Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Muhammad Asif on Wednesday admitted that it is his government’s ‘failure’ to mitigate power crisis during previous days and assured to deal it by the month of May. “We admit our mistake of this temporary power crisis during

KP Govt Sign 11 MoUs With Chinese Companies

ISLAMABAD, (APP): Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government has singed 11 Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) with the Chinese Companies for completion of various development projects under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). According to Radio Paksiatn , an agreement to this effect was signed in Beijing on Monday. The development projects

Addressing Energy Shortfall Top Priority Of Government: PM

ISLAMABAD, (APP): Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Friday said addressing energy shortfall was the top priority of his Government and expressed the hope that fast track construction of power projects would significantly help overcome the energy crisis. He was talking to Yan Zhiyong, Chairman of Board of Directors and President

CPEC Centre Of Excellence Launched

ISLAMABAD, (APP): The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) centre of excellence was formally launched here on Monday to promote research and knowledge based policy making in the country. The centre was jointly inaugurated by Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms Professor Ahsan Iqbal and Ambassador of China to Pakistan,

Energy Crisis To Be Over Soon: Ahsan Iqbal

HUB, (APP): Federal Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal Tuesday said that energy crisis in the country is going to end soon due to the effective and fast-track measures taken by the present government. Addressing the ground-breaking ceremony of two 660-megawatts coal-fired power plants of the China

KfW Apologises For Its Report About Pakistan’s Power Sector’s Achievement

ISLAMABAD, (APP): The German lending agency KfW has apologized over its recent report about Pakistan’s power sector’s achievement published in a section of press, saying, this is highly regrettable. In a letter written to Secretary Ministry of Water and Power Mohammad Younas Dagha, Director KfW Wolfgang Mollers said, “Our paper