METRO WIND POWER ltd
“Metro Wind Power Ltd is moving into second phase with the construction activity for the 60 Mega Watt wind farm in Jhimphir area and will achieve commercial operation in Q2 2022.”
ACCESS ROAD TO SITE
ADJACENT WIND FARMS
BATCH PLANT INSTALLATION
BRICK MASONRY WORKS
ON GOING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES
SPRINKLING WITH WATER BROWSER ON INTERNAL ROAD
CONSTRUCTION OF CAUSEWAY ON ACCESS ROAD
WTG-5 STEEL WORKS
WTG-6 STEEL WORKS
WORKSHOP ROOF SLAB CONCRETE
SUBSTATION BLOCK MASONRY
Letter of Intent for development of both the projects has already been issued by AEDB in favor of the respective project companies along with provisional allocation of land for carrying out wind assessment studies which have been completed. Sponsors plan to develop the projects on a phase wise basis, with the development of the first being closely followed by the second. For the first phase, the sponsors plan to expedite development of Metro Power Company Limited 50 MW wind power project. The wind farm site provisionally allocated to the project by AEDB is located at Jhimpir and spans an area of 1553 acres. The project site is located in the south of Pakistan between Karachi and Hyderabad, approximately 100 km inland from the coast in a semi dessert area. The site is adjacent to the national highway, which provides clear access to the Project Site.
Feasibility study, negotiating implementation agreement and energy purchase agreement, Execute Term Sheet with project lenders and execute EPC and O & M agreements.
Environmental Impact Assessment, design of Wind Farm Project, Electrical Grid Study, Technical Study, Transportation Study, Topographical Study and Wind Resource Assessment. Pakistan is an energy starved country with a shortfall of 6000 MW. It has a considerable potential of wind energy in the coastal belt of Sindh, Balochistan and as well as in the desert areas of the Punjab and Sindh so far. This renewable source of energy has however, been fully utilized. The Wind Data of Pakistan has been collected from Pakistan Metrological Department and analyzed by AEDB. As per the collected data, coastal belt of Pakistan is naturally gifted with a wind corridor of 60 km wide on Gharo to Kati Bandar and 180 km long up to Hyderabad. This corridor has an exploitable potential of 30,000 MW of electricity generation. AEDB has made a wind resource study to set the benchmark wind speed values at different levels from Gharo and Jhampir regions at present.