AEDB to Provide Water Through Solar Energy

3 Sep 2007 by OOSKAnews Correspondent
Pakistan, karachi

— The Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB) will provide villagers in remote desert areas of Pakistan access to safe drinking water, pumping water through electricity produced by solar energy. According to the Ministry of Water and Power, by the end of the year AEDB would provide electricity to 400 villages , 300 in Balochistan and 100 in Sindh — two of the most arid provinces of the country. This will be the first phase of Roshan Pakistan Program, which is to run through Alternative/Renewable Technologies. A survey and feasibility report will be prepared in each targeted village for design of water supply plans...

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