LAHORE: Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) claimed that Pakistan has almost completed several projects of generation capacity up to 380 megawatts of election under one-year plan.
The visiting team comprised of officials of Pakistan Air Force (PAF), Navy and Army along with 16 others from allies’ countries under supervision of Air Commodore Shahid Lateef Bajawa.
Member Water Hasnain Afzal, member power Rizwan Ahmed, Managing Director of NTDC Zia-ur-Rehman and senior officials of WAPDA welcomed the visiting team to their department.
WAPDA officials briefed the team of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) War College on their visit to the department for gaining knowledge regarding the country’s power and water projects.
The team was brief that several projects for saving water up to 3.98 million acre feet and generation of 380 megawatts electricity has entering in their completion level.
The WAPDA officials added that the country would be add capability to save more 2.5 million acre feet water as well as generator of electricity up to 13,000 mega watts during next 5 to 7 years.
Member Water Hasnain Afzal told the visitors that Pakistan is currently having facilities to generate 60,000 megawatts election via wind mills.
He detailed that Diamer Bhasha Dam for 4500 MW, Dasu hydro-power project of 4320 MW and Bonji hydro-power project 7100 MW are ready for the constructive work.