South Korea to install 750KW wind power in Pakistan

This was stated by the wind farm project director Korea Electric Power Company (KEPCO) Lee Jin Hee during a meeting which discussed the preparation of feasibility report and allotment of land at Sindh Board of Investment (SBI) here on Thursday.

Secretary Investment Sindh and DG SBI Yonus Dagha presided over the meeting which was attended by CEO Alternate Energy Development Board Arif Alauddin, Choi Soo Young of KEPCO and Korean diplomat Seo Ho Jin.

The Korean delegation said that this amount will be donated from the special fund “Climate Change Partnership Project Fund”, created by Korean government to promote wind energy projects in Asian countries.

The meeting was told that the electricity generated from these turbines will be provided to the adjacent towns and villages to remove their backwardness.

Speaking on the occasion, Dagha appreciated the Korean cooperation and expertise in alternate energy and said that South Korea can promote energy projects based on solar, wind and coal in Pakistan. Korean delegation also indicated willingness to invest in fruits, fisheries and livestock.