Wind power: First project connected to national grid

Thirty-three wind turbine generators were put in place by the end of July.


Our Correspondent November 08, 2012

KARACHI:


Pakistan’s first 50-megawatt wind power project, developed by FFC Energy Limited (FFCEL), is now connected to the national grid, a statement said on Wednesday. Located at Jhimpir, Thatta, the wind farm was established at a cost of $134 million.


The statement quoted FFCEL Project Director Brig (R) Tariq Izaz as saying that commercial operations on the wind farm were likely to begin by mid-December.

Thirty-three wind turbine generators were put in place by the end of July. Civil, mechanical and electrical works were also completed
by mid-August, the statement said.

Published in The Express Tribune, November 8th, 2012.

COMMENTS (2)

Abdul Hameed | 8 years ago | Reply

well green energy in pakistan

Dr.A.K.Tewari | 8 years ago | Reply

Congratulation !. Eco-friendly Pakistan .

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