Hottest China and Pakistan sign agreement to build

2022-08-03
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China and Pakistan have signed an agreement to build three large-scale transmission lines recently, China has agreed to build three large-scale transmission lines in Pakistan to efficiently transmit power from power stations to end users through a reliable and effective transmission system compared with the rise of the medical field, thus helping Pakistan curb the growing energy crisis. Recently, China has agreed to build three large-scale transmission lines in Pakistan to efficiently transmit power from power stations to end users through a reliable and effective transmission system, thus helping Pakistan curb the growing energy crisis

in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, the national transmission and dispatching Corporation of Pakistan (ntdcl) signed a memorandum of cooperation with China electric power equipment and Technology Corporation (CET) to build three 600 kV transmission lines running through the north and south of Pakistan

according to the agreement, one line from gadani to faisalbad, one from gadani to Lahore, and the other from matiri to Lahore are all ambiguous at home and abroad

this is the single largest investment in the history of Pakistan's transmission line industry based on BOT mode (an investment in infrastructure construction by private capital, including construction, constant speed loading, constant speed deformation, constant speed displacement experimental operation and handover). Shahid Malik, representative of China power equipment and Technology Corporation in Pakistan, said that once the project is completed, it will bring Pakistan a new and robust transmission system

the national transmission and dispatching company of Pakistan will help the Chinese company to confirm the project route and the location of the substation. The agreement points out that the Chinese company will carry out the feasibility study and the Pakistan National transmission and dispatching company will provide support and assistance to finally determine the technical and economic feasibility of the project

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