Friday, October 26, 2012

Punjab Govt: Shahbaz Sharif To Run Offices On Solar Energy

Friday, October 26, 2012

Due to the deepening energy crisis in the country, The Punjab government has decided to run its offices on solar energy.

With Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, a selection to the impact was made at a conference organised on Friday. The chief minister instructed that a extensive plan should be developed with respect to using solar panel technology in govt workplaces, such as the provincial secretariat. He said that the program would originally start from Lahore, Rawalpindi and Multan and would be extended to other areas and places later reported Dawn today.

Shahbaz Sharif also mentioned this on his twitter account that a comprehensive plan will be formulated regarding the utilization of solar energy in government offices, including the provincial secretariat.

The conference also discussed the improvement of the hydro-power tasks and investment in hydro-power.

Shahbaz also sought completion of tendering process of Ujala Program instantly under which free solar panels would be offered to the inadequate and solar power lighting to boy and girl students of matric living in backward and far flung areas.

He told the conference that a China company had offered a financial commitment of $50 million in the power industry and instructed the government bodies concerned to hold talks with the company.

Shahbaz Sharif is ready to take up the task of cleaning the political field. Talking to the media after opening the sanitary landfill site at Lakhudair, The chief minister Shahbaz said if given a chance he would accept the challenge of clearing this filth, alleging that the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has submerged in the filth of corruption. 


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