Startup Pakistan: Pakistan has connected its first Chinese-assisted 1,100MW nuclear power plant in Karachi to the national grid that will help improve the country’s economy by providing cost-effective and reliable electricity.
The newly-built 1,100MW Karachi Nuclear Power Plant Unit-2 (K-2) was linked with the national grid on Thursday night.
The Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) in a statement termed it a ‘Pakistan Day’ gift to the nation.
Energy Minister Omar Ayub Khan in a midnight tweet said, “By the Grace of Almighty Allah, Nuclear Power Plant K-2 1,145MW synchronized successfully with the National Grid.”
Courtesy: Startup Pakistan