Turkish company agrees to build 660MW power plant in Gaddani

The Ciner Group agreed to immediately start work on building a power plant in Turkey.


Web Desk February 14, 2014
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif greets Ciner Group chairman Nedim Sener in Istanbul on Friday with minister for water and power Khawaja Asif in attendance. PHOTO: PID

ISTANBUL: Ciner Group of Turkey on Friday agreed to immediately start work on a 660 mega watt (MW) power plant at Gaddani.

The decision was announced after the Ciner Group chairman Nedim Sener called on prime minister Nawaz Sharif in Istanbul on Friday.

Nawaz welcomed Ciner Group’s investment in Pakistan and assured full facilitation.

Ciner Group has also showed keen interest in investment in coal and copper mining in Pakistan.

Previously, Turkish group NUROL had expressed readiness to invest in Gaddani power park.

The government has plans for a $14 billion power complex at Gaddani that would include ten power plants of 660MW each to generate 6,600MW of electricity.

COMMENTS (1)

Usman | 8 years ago | Reply

I would like to see the day when Nawaz Sharif doesn't have to run to Turkey to develop his high scale projects. I would like a leader who has a vision to develop the local industry to provide the depth and quality required for such projects. I would like a leader who can see beyond distributing laptops.

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