KE apprises FBATI for investment in power value chain

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Staff Reporter

Karachi

A KE delegation headed by CEO Moonis Alvi met with the Federal B Area Association of Trade & Industry (FBATI) as part of the power utility’s drive to further improve industry facilitation through closer coordination. President of Federal B Area Association of Trade & Industry (FBATI) Abdullah Abid spoke about KE’s efforts in facilitating industries through initiatives such as a simpler and faster process for acquiring new connections.
He also spoke about the improved accessibility of K-Electric which has resulted in efficient resolution of operational and technical issues faced by industries. Masroor Alvi, Chairman of the Utilities Committee FBATI spoke about KE’s improved response times and efforts to enhance the quality of services such as exemption of industries from load-shed.
At the same time, he also expressed hope that KE will continue to invest in the power infrastructure of Karachi with growing power demand of the city. Office bearers of the association acknowledged the need for all stakeholders to work together in developing a robust civic infrastructure which will create an enabling environment for the utility to operate.
Moonis Alvi, CEO K-Electric apprised the FBATI leadership about KE’s commitment to facilitating industrial consumers through upcoming initiatives. The most important among these is the 900MW RLNG-based power plant which is expected to be start producing electricity by summer of 2021.

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