Islamabad: According to a recent US Agency for International Development (USAID) research, Pakistan can generate about 150,000MW of wind energy, which may result in a two-billion-dollar investment. According to government estimations, solar and wind energy can create 143,000MW across the country.

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Wind power plants are being built in Sindh’s Jhimpir, Gharo, Keti Bandar, and Bin Qasim, which will assist the country to lessen its dependency on oil imports, which now cost the government $12 billion a year.

The fair category for wind speed in most regions of the world is between 6.2 and 6.9 meters per second. In the Sindh corridor, however, the wind speed is higher, ranging between 7.5 and 7.7 m/s.

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According to a study, Pakistan has the capability to generate 3.2 million MW from renewable energy resources. Wind produces 340,000MW, solar produces 2.9 million MW, hydro produces 50,000MW (large), 3,100MW (small), bagasse cogeneration produces 1,800MW, and waste produces 500MW.

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