Solar in Pakistan: Trade mission to kick-off on October 13th in Islamabad

In April 2015 Similarly MESIA organized a Renewable Energy Trade Mission in Cairo which resulted in investments worth USD 500 million (220 MW solar and 100 MW wind)
In April 2015 Similarly MESIA organized a Renewable Energy Trade Mission in Cairo which resulted in investments worth USD 500 million (220 MW solar and 100 MW wind)

Pakistan’s Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB) on October 12th, 2015 welcomed a high-level delegation from the Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA) to Islamabad.

The Trade Mission includes 200 senior officials from leading solar companies around the world. The aim of this “Solar Energy Trade Mission” is to facilitate investments in Pakistan’s blossoming solar energy sector.

This two day Trade Mission takes place at the Serena Hotel on October 13th and 14th, 2015 with IFC (International Finance Corporation) and international law firm Eversheds being the strategic partners to this event.

 

Solar to solve the eminent need for additional power capacity

CEO of AEDB Mr. Amjad Ali, Member NEPRA Mr. Khawaja Naeem, Secretary Energy for Punjab Dr. Asad Rehman Gilani, and Secretary Energy for Sindh Mr. Agha Wasif Abbas would be at the event with among many distinguished guests.

During this 2-day event, international and local partners will collaborate to deploy solar energy to solve the eminent need for additional power capacity.

Similarly MESIA, in April 2015, organized a Renewable Energy Trade Mission in Cairo which resulted in investments worth USD 500 million (220 MW solar and 100 MW wind) of renewable energy projects. 

 

2015-10-12 | Courtesy: Middle East Solar Industry Association | solarserver.com © Heindl Server GmbH

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