BEIJING – Prime Minister Imran Khan launched the de-coal initiative to improve the country’s standing on energy consumption by promoting and developing alternative means of production.
One such project is the collaboration with the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) to develop biomass energy; this form of energy relies on utilizing sewage and various forms of waste, allowing Pakistan to tackle its energy crisis, electricity shortage, pollution and emission problems in one fell swoop.
“It is environmentally friendly, due to biomass energy being a green, zero-carbon fuel, which will contribute greatly to the carbon-neutral goal,” said Secretary-General of Biomass Energy Industry Part Association (BEIPA) Zhang Dayong. “Also, it can be utilized diversely. Unlike clean energy such as photovoltaic, wind power, and hydropower, which are limited to power generation, biomass energy can also produce heat, oil, and gas, even integrate business intelligence.

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