According to FMO website, Zephyr Power (PVT) Limited is a company incorporated in Pakistan which is developing a 50 MW wind park near Karachi. The bank provides a combination of senior and subordinated long-term loans to Zephyr Power. FMO funds the development and construction of a 50 MW wind park located near Gharo, in the vicinity of Karachi, Pakistan. FMO financing allows Zephyr Power to be fully funded through its construction and initial operations phase. Also, the project provides an additional source of clean, renewable energy to Pakistan. Pakistan currently has a demand for electricity which exceeds its reliable generation capacity by over 25%, resulting in frequent power outages.
Zephyr Power (PVT) Limited is a company incorporated in Pakistan which is developing a 50 MW wind park near Karachi. Zephyr Power is owned by a consortium of local Pakistani business people and CDC Group PLC, the development finance institution of the United Kingdom.
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