(EnergyAsia, July 2, Thursday) — Pakistan’s first wind power plant, built with the help of Turkey, has been generating electricity for nearly three months now. The US$100 million plant in Jhimpir, located near Karachi city, has an initial capacity of six megawatts (MW) that could be gradually expanded to 50 MW. In its current first…

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