Monday, April 15, 2024

Sahiwal Coal-Fired Power Plant Has Achieved Zero Carbon Emission

According to a report published by Gwadar Pro on Friday, China’s coal-fired power plants in Pakistan allowed ultra-low, if not zero, carbon emissions.

Climate change, which is partially caused by carbon dioxide pollution from coal-fired power plants, has piqued the international community’s interest in recent years, including Pakistan and China.

China’s coal-fired power plants in Pakistan, according to a study published by Gwadar Pro on Friday, provided for ultra-low, if not zero, carbon emissions.

Climate change, which is exacerbated by carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants, has piqued the attention of the international community, including Pakistan and China, in recent years.

CHNG’s spokesperson, Jia YuanPei, said, “Despite the fact that IGCC is a demonstration project, it demonstrates to us that zero carbon emissions are feasible. We’re working on making it replicable and generalizable so that our other coal-fired power plants, including the Sahiwal project, will achieve zero carbon emissions.”

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