The United States has launched a four-year power sector improvement project in Pakistan at a cost of 23.5 million dollars.
This was stated by the USAID Mission Director Julie A. Koenen in a statement in Islamabad today.
She said the project is aimed at increasing the share of green energy in Pakistan’s energy mix.
The USAID Mission Director said Washington looks forward to advancing its partnership with Pakistan to build a clean, efficient and reliable electricity generation sector.
Julie Koenen said through this new initiative, the USAID will partner with Pakistan government to support the transition to a truly competitive wholesale power market.
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