Cabinet expresses resolve to provide uninterrupted power to consumers in summer | Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The Federal Cabinet, which met under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Shahid Hagan Abbasi on Tuesday, expressed satisfaction with the situation with the authorities and decided to ensure the uninterrupted power of consumers during the upcoming summer season and Ramzan.
The meeting also appreciated the efforts of the incumbent president, as well as the former energy minister, to address sectoral issues related to power.
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The Secretary of the Energy Department informed the Cabinet of Ministers about the forecasts of supply and demand for electricity and available generating capacity to meet electricity needs during the summer season, especially during Ramzan.
It was reported that additional power will be added to the national d from the Tarbela-IV and Neelum-Jhelum Hydro-power projects over the next months, which will further increase existing generation capacities.
The meeting was also informed about the current load management plan.
The Prime Minister said that as a result of the government's relentless efforts to produce electricity has increased significantly since 2013. He said that ensuring uninterrupted power supply remains a priority for the current government to meet domestic, commercial and industrial requirements
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