Pakistan, US to Develop Green Energy Roadmap


Minister of State for Petroleum Musadik Masood Malik on Monday discussed with senior US officials ways to enhance productivity in the energy sector, help Pakistan make inroads into the global value chain and establish cross-border networks that bring a product or service from conception to market.

During a gathering with US Exchange and Improvement Organization (USTDA) Provincial Chief for Indo-Pacific Verinda Fike and USTDA Country Director for Indo-Pacific Locale Tanvi Madhusudanan, Malik examined different plans to guarantee energy security, reasonableness and manageability following difficulties like environmental change and its financial effect on Pakistan, as per an assertion gave by the Pakistani international safe haven.

The different sides consented to create a guide for seeking after new organizations in the green and environmentally friendly power area, both in broad daylight and confidential areas. The US side would give monetary and specialized aptitude to undertaking possibility reads up for commonly concurred projects.

“A designation of Pakistani money managers would visit the US alongside their partners from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand to concentrate on methane decrease advancements and change of bio-methane into manures in the primary quarter of the following year,” the assertion said.

The US side showed “extraordinary interest” in chasing after projects connected with green alkali, green hydrogen and renewables in Pakistan. Malik accentuated that Pakistan as a team with the US might want to explore the change towards perfect and environmentally friendly power energy in the creating scene.

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