Shah Jahan Mirza while briefing the Board on the performance of PPIB
stated that extensive efforts were being made to cultivate Thar coal and hydro potential for power generation.
Managing Director Shah Jahan Mirza briefed the board on various projects being implemented by PPIB
under the CPEC .
Letters of Support have already been issued to both the projects by the PPIB
, which are currently at advanced stages of achieving financial close.
Letters of Support have already been issued to both projects by PPIB
which are currently at an advanced stages of achieving financial closure.
The Minister for Power Division while making it clear that no further extension for delay would accorded said that case for one time extension will be presented before the PPIB
BOD for consideration.
Government also green-signalled PPIB
to immediately implement over 3,000 megawatts of power plants based on local coal, indicating its resolve to replace a stopgap arrangement of imported coal.
The proposal for PPIB
also came from the recommendations of the Task Force established in 1993.
The Energy Update (EU) has the privilege of interviewing MD of PPIB
asking him about support and assistance being provided by the board under his supervision in launching new independent power projects in the country.
In line with the policy of the government, PPIB
is handling and facilitating the development of 26 projects of cumulative 14000 MW comprising hydropower and coal based projectsto meet the future energy requirements.
asks clients to keep stock in a safe, and only covers 25 percent of the stock stolen from outside of a safe during the day.
Pursuant to the 1994 Policy, PPIB
issued thirty four (34) Letters of Support (LOS) totaling 8,430 MW of net capacity.
Mirza briefed the Board that PPIB
is successfully meeting the challenging and ambitious timelines of the current government for addition of huge quantum of power generation capacity in the national grid which is evident of the fact that within a period of less than one year, two projects of 1467 MW have started commercial operations while another four projects of 5000 MW cumulative power capacity have achieved partial commissioning as well.