Pakistan looks to India for biogas increase
As a way of tackling its energy concerns Pakistan is to work with Indian boiler manufacturers to increase the amount of biogas used in the country.
Representatives of Indian engineering companies have reportedly been over to Pakistan to discuss partnerships with sugar mills and allied industries.
One MoU has already been signed by Cheema Boilers and turbine manufacturers Triveni with local Pakistani company Haseeb Waqas Group. It is believed such deals will save local companies around 300 miilion rupees (€3.6 million) on the cost of local boiler costs.