Balochistan to solarize 250 tubewells to save energy

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Staff Reporter

Islamabad

The government was working to convert 250 water Tube-wells on solar technology in the province to save energy, besides boosting water supply in the area.
Talking to media, an official of the Balochistan government said that it has been decided to make Public health Engineering’s (PHE) Non-Objection Certificate (NOC) mandatory for installation of tube-wells in Quetta.
Balochistan cabinet likely to approve the ‘Balocistan Water Act 2020’ in its next meeting to ensure clean drinking water to people of the province, he said.
He said the government had allocated Rs 14,467 million for the execution of 98 ongoing projects of PHE department while 491 new projects costing Rs 8151 million were also included in the current year’s Public Sector Development Programme.

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