KARACHI: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced on Tuesday that Pakistan in the future would build six more civil-nuclear plants.
Addressing the ceremony of the Coastal Power Project K-II and K-III, Prime Minister Sharif said the Atomic Energy Commission had identified six areas where future civil-nuclear energy power plants would be located.
According to the prime minister, Pakistan would produce 40,000 MW from nuclear plants till 2050. He added that initiating power projects to overcome the shortage was the top priority of the government.
The prime minister also expressed his gratitude to China for their help, particularly in power generation projects.