Pakistan can produce above 1,000 megawatts of electricity through wind energy.
Denmark’s Ambassador in Pakistan Mr. Jesper Moller Sorensen said this in an interview with APP here.
He said the Danish companies had recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Punjab government for production of wind energy.
He said Pakistan should focus on alternative resources of energy production, including wind energy.
He said Denmark had got world repute in producing good quality wind energy installations.
“We are ready to transfer wind energy technology to Pakistan”, he said.
The ambassador said once Denmark was also facing energy shortfall but it had overcome it by using modern technology.
“Now we are fulfilling 40% of our energy requirements through wind energy”, he said.
Jesper Moller Sorensen said that Pakistan and Denmark had vast opportunities to expand mutual trade.
He said Pakistan’s armed forces and civilians had rendered great sacrifices against war on terror. People of Denmark fully appreciated these sacrifices and support the efforts of Pakistan to curb terrorism, he added.
He said operation Zarb-e-Azb had resulted in improvement of law and order situation in Pakistan.
To a question, he said Denmark was working on a project of $50 millions for free primary education for poor girls and construction of Darul Aman for shelterless women in KPK, Baluchistan and Punjab.
The ambassador said Denmark had launched various social sector development projects in Pakistan.