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Energy and Infrastructure

Energy is vital to industry, transport, infrastructure, information technology, agriculture, household uses and more. With energy demand to rise rapidly due to the increasing population, Pakistan shows significant growth potential for energy investment opportunities in the near term. By way of one of the most liberal foreign investment regimes in South Asia, Pakistan presents investment opportunities across the spectrum, from coal based power projects to natural gas and renewables.

Pakistan has large, economically viable resources in wind, solar, biomass, waste, geothermal and hydel power, waiting to be harvested.


Over 60,000 MWHydel potential exists in northern areas of Pakistan



The wind map of Pakistan identifies that the country has a potential of about 340,000 MW.