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Can Pakistan make its energy sector greener, cheaper and more reliable? The government thinks so

A new plan by Pakistan's government seeks to build an energy sector that is sustainable, reliable and fit for the future Image: REUTERS/Athar Hussain

Ayla Majid

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Planetive

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Renewables, hydro and locally sourced fossil fuels are Pakistan's aim for 2040
Renewables, hydro and locally sourced fossil fuels are Pakistan's aim for 2040 Image: IGCEP, (Power Division) Ministry of Energy, Government of Pakistan

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