Peshawar: Naeem Khan, the Chief Engineer of the Pakhtunkhwa Energy Development Organization (PEDO), said on Wednesday that the organization is currently working on seven 23-MW hydel power projects in the province as well as 13 mini grid stations in the combined districts.

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Jabori 10.2 MW, Carora 11.8 MW, Koto 40.8 MW, Mittaltan 84 MW, Lavi 69 MW, Chapri Charkhel 10.5 MW, and Brando 6.5 MW are seven hydel power projects, according to Special Assistant to CM on Energy and Power Sahibzada Saeed Ahmed.

Work on the world’s largest 300 MW Balakot hydropower project, as well as the World Bank-funded 157 MW Madin Swat and Gabral Kalam 88 MW hydropower projects, is now continuing, he said.

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He said that the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Transmission and Grid Company was established for the first time to modernise the province’s power grid and assure the supply of self-generated energy.

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