Ambassador of Denmark to Pakistan Rolf Holmboe called on Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Petroleum Nadeem Babar on Tuesday to discuss matters pertaining to renewable energy projects in Pakistan.
The ambassador appreciated the reforms being undertaken in the energy sector of the country. He lauded the government’s resolve to focus on renewable energy and its achievements in this regard.
Rolf Holmboe offered Denmark’s unstinted support and cooperation to Pakistan for the successful execution of renewable energy projects, with a focus on hybrid solar and wind power plants, in Pakistan.
He also shared proposals for the provision of micropower plant technologies. “Denmark is a world leader in renewable energy and is eyeing the Pakistani market with active interest. The country’s interest in Pakistan has been made possible by the present government’s emphasis on strict implementation of its renewable energy policy,” he stated.
Nadeem Babar on the occasion thanked the Danish envoy for his country’s offer to assist Pakistan in the renewable energy sector. He noted with appreciation Denmark’s interest in Pakistan’s energy sector and welcomed any possible investments in this regard.
The SAPM said Pakistan would also like to collaborate in exploring avenues of transfer of technology in the renewable energy sector. He said the incumbent government is striving to ensure tangible in Pakistan’s renewable energy production over the next 20 years.