680 acres land allocated for Jhimpir wind energy project
Project will be completed within 18 months.
The Sindh Government has allocated 680 acres of land for the 49.5 megawatt wind energy project that is being established in Jhimpir, District Thatta with the funding of 133 million US dollars by China’s state owned Bank.
According to official sources the project will be completed within 18 months and under the agreement, the executing company will supply 49.5 megawatt of electricity to the national grid for a period of 20 years.
The project is a part of comprehensive energy policy of the Sindh Government to use indigenous and cheap resources especially wind and coal for power production whiles the project has also been included as one of top priority project of Pakistan-China Economic Corridor.