Czechs plan coal power plant in Pakistan

Noel Corporation, the Czech Republic-based power firm, is to develop a 400 MW coal power plant in Sindh, Pakistan.

A six-member delegation from Czech led by Noel chairman Vladimir Jaros met Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah last month regarding the proposed plant at Badin, according to Energy Business Review.
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Mr. Shah assured the delegation that his government will provide all incentives and facilities to intending investors.

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