By 2030 Pakistan nuclear power installed capacity will reach 8800MW

By 2030 Pakistan nuclear power installed capacity will reach 8800MW

Date: January 1th 2017

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said recently that by 2030, Pakistan will achieve nuclear power installed capacity of 8800 MW.

Recently, China and Pakistan to build the Chashma-3 nuclear power plant officially put into use, the installed capacity of 340 megawatts. The Chashma-IV nuclear power plant is expected to be operational by the middle of next year.

Nawaz Sharif at the Chashma-3 nuclear power plant production ceremony, said the successful launch of nuclear power plant projects in Pakistan and China is the best embodiment of in-depth scientific and technological cooperation. At the same time, the nuclear power plant will effectively ease the domestic power crisis.

Currently, Chashma-2 and Chashma-3 nuclear power plants have become the most effective of the two major power stations, the combined installed capacity of more than 600 megawatts.

We have the confidence that the demand of power cable and transmission lines will follow the increasing trends as nuclear power installed capacity does, which could supply and transit cheap and clean electricity power to more domestic areas of Pakistan.

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Nawaz Sharif also pointed out that in order to achieve the 2030 goal of 8800 MW nuclear power installed capacity, the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission to play its role, to strengthen cooperation with foreign countries, to overcome the difficulties and promote the peaceful use of nuclear power.