July 29, 2021

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Pak parl becomes first in world to run entirely on solar power

Pakistan’s parliament today became the first in the world to completely run on solar power, a venture supported by close ally China with a whopping USD 55 million funding.
]Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in a simple ceremony switched on solar-powered building of the parliament in capital Islamabad.
First announced in 2014, the venture has been funded by the Chinese government as an act of friendship, with the solar power plant costing around USD 55 million.
“This the first time since independence (1947) that parliament has become self-sufficient in electricity through solar power. Other institutions in private and public sector need to follow it,” he said in his brief speech.
Pakistan’s parliament today became the first in the world to completely run on solar power, a venture supported by close ally China with a whopping USD 55 million funding.
]Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in a simple ceremony switched on solar-powered building of the parliament in capital Islamabad.
First announced in 2014, the venture has been funded by the Chinese government as an act of friendship, with the solar power plant costing around USD 55 million.
“This the first time since independence (1947) that parliament has become self-sufficient in electricity through solar power. Other institutions in private and public sector need to follow it,” he said in his brief speech.
Pakistan’s parliament today became the first in the world to completely run on solar power, a venture supported by close ally China with a whopping USD 55 million funding.
]Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in a simple ceremony switched on solar-powered building of the parliament in capital Islamabad.
First announced in 2014, the venture has been funded by the Chinese government as an act of friendship, with the solar power plant costing around USD 55 million.
“This the first time since independence (1947) that parliament has become self-sufficient in electricity through solar power. Other institutions in private and public sector need to follow it,” he said in his brief speech.
Pakistan’s parliament today became the first in the world to completely run on solar power, a venture supported by close ally China with a whopping USD 55 million funding.
]Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in a simple ceremony switched on solar-powered building of the parliament in capital Islamabad.
First announced in 2014, the venture has been funded by the Chinese government as an act of friendship, with the solar power plant costing around USD 55 million.
“This the first time since independence (1947) that parliament has become self-sufficient in electricity through solar power. Other institutions in private and public sector need to follow it,” he said in his brief speech.Pakistan’s parliament today became the first in the world to completely run on solar power, a venture supported by close ally China with a whopping USD 55 million funding.
]Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in a simple ceremony switched on solar-powered building of the parliament in capital Islamabad.
First announced in 2014, the venture has been funded by the Chinese government as an act of friendship, with the solar power plant costing around USD 55 million.
“This the first time since independence (1947) that parliament has become self-sufficient in electricity through solar power. Other institutions in private and public sector need to follow it,” he said in his brief speech.

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