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Published Date: Dec 17, 2020

https://pk.news/2020/12/17/pakistan-plans-to-work-with-china-on-solar-panel-technology-over-the-next-three-months-ch-fawad/

Pakistan plans to work with China on solar panel technology over the next three months: Ch Fawad

ISLAMABAD, December 17 — Federal Science and Technology Minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said on Thursday that Pakistan wants to work with China on solar panel technology in the next three months.

The Minister spoke in fact at the closing day of the 23rd conference on ‘Sustainable Development in the Times of Covid-19’ organized by the Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) from 14 to 17 December.

The federal minister said at the event that the government in particular wants to work on the B2B (Business to Business) formula instead of working with the government of a country.

He said the advancement of solar technology would help increase the use of modern technology in Pakistan as well as make manufacturing companies more profitable.

Chaudhry Fawad said the work of science and technology, energy and solar projects like China is the top priority of the current government.

The federal minister has also assured that his ministry will continue to work with SDPI in the future so that they can project a clear image of Pakistan in education, health, energy, technology and other fields to the world.