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Wind energy to meet Pakistan's power crisis

Pakistan is developing new sources of power to help tackle a massive energy shortfall.


    In a country where power outages are very common due to a massive electricity shortage in the country, Pakistan's government is looking at alternative sources of electricity.

    A 160 km wind corridor is proving a new energy hub with dozens of companies, including those from countries like China, who are planning to develop wind farms to meet the country's energy needs.

    Nicole Johnston reports from a wind farm in the Sindh Province.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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