JEWG

AcronymDefinition
JEWGJoint European Working Group
JEWGJoint Effects Working Group
JEWGJob Evaluation Working Group
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The MOU is the realization of the development of a wind power project proposed in the China-Pakistan Joint Energy Working Group (JEWG) meeting held in Beijing last August.
Many of the leading Chinese entrepreneurs, investors and power sector companies are already actively engaged in various energy projects in Pakistan," Naveed Qamar said at the JEWG conference.
The OPG and IOWG nominated targets are then forwarded to the JEWG The JEWG integrates the operational and tactical priorities into one consolidated briefing to the Director of the Combined/Joint Staff at the Joint Effects Coordination Board, which is similar to a targeting board.
Heads of Chinese companies who participated in the JEWG meetings also called on the President Asif Ali Zardari along with the Chinese Ambassador in Pakistan.
This is second meeting of JEWG. Previous meeting was held in Beijing last year in July.
The President also appreciated close association of Orient Group with Pak- China Joint Energy Working Group saying that the JEWG has a tremendous potential of extending cooperation in all the sectors such as hydro, thermal, coal, solar wind and civil nuclear.
ISLAMABAD, July 31, 2011 (Frontier Star): Pak-China Joint Energy Working Group (JEWG) will discuss nineteen energy projects in order to enhance cooperation in the energy sector between the two countries and to meet the future energy, water and power requirements in Pakistan.
ISLAMABAD, July 31, 2011 (Frontier Star): Pak-China Joint Energy Working Group (JEWG) will discuss 19 energy projects to enhance cooperation in the energy sector and to meet the future energy, water and power requirements in Pakistan.
The President also directed the relevant agencies of the government to expedite a meeting of the Pak-China Joint Energy Working Group (JEWG) to formally take up with Chinese government the proposal for the financing of another mega project in the province, the Thar Coal Project, on soft terms by the Chinese financial institutions.
ISLAMABAD -- Pak-China Joint Energy Working Group (JEWG) two-day meeting will held in Islamabad from Monday to discuss cooperation in the energy sector.
Ambassador Masood Khan apprised the Prime Minister about the preparations being made by the two sides to hold the second session of Joint Energy Working Group (JEWG)in Islamabad in the second week of May, 2012.
The mechanism of the JEWG covers energy projects in conventional and alternate sectors.