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Alternative Energy in Pakistan

The Pakistan Daily Times reports that $875 million dollars is set to be invested in alternative energy; the money will come from "five international firms," including companies from Germany, Denmark, the United States and two from China. The German company G-Energy is putting up $400 million; the American firm Axces is investing the smallest amount, $75 million.

Unfortunately, the article gives few details as to the actual alternative energy plans, saying only that "875 megawatt electricity [sic] will be produced through air and solar enegy units." I presume "air" means "wind" in this context.

(Via Alternative Energy Blog)


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