According to the bank website, "The project comprises of the development, construction, and operation & maintenance of a 50 MW greenfield wind power project in Pakistan, in the Jhimpir wind corridor in the Sindh province... The Project will be connected to the national grid and will enter into a 25-year Energy Purchase Agreement (EPA) with the Central Power Purchasing Agency Guarantee Limited (CPPA-G). The project will involve installation of 20 Goldwind 2.5 MW turbines that will be arranged in two rows. Each turbine will have a hub height of 90 m and a blade diameter of 121 m. The project site falls within the Gharo-Jhimpir wind corridor, which is located in the southwest of Sindh province and comprises two clusters of wind resource areas: Gharo, which is located near to the coast and the inland Jhimpir Wind Farm Region (JWR) located in the district of Thatta with, an approximate area of 157 km2."
According to IFC, "The Project is being implemented by Din Energy Limited (Din Energy), a special purpose vehicle (SPV) incorporated under the laws of Pakistan. Din is owned by (i) Din Ventures, 31.7 percent; (ii) Din Corporation, 31.7 percent; (iii) Din Industries Management, 5 percent, all three of which are companies incorporated under the laws of Pakistan; and (iv) Mr. Shaikh Mohammed Pervez and Mrs. Ghazala Pervez, 31.6 percent. The shareholders are members of the Din Group of Industries.
Formed in 1954, Din Group of Industries, is one of Pakistan’s premier business groups, having started in the textiles and leather business, the primary main sources of the Group’s operations. Over the years the Group diversified their interests and made investments in financial institutions, real estate, IPPs, poultry farming, and blue-chip stocks/bonds."
|Private Actor 1||Private Actor 1 Role||Private Actor 1 Sector||Relation||Private Actor 2||Private Actor 2 Role||Private Actor 2 Sector|
|-||-||-||-||Central Power Purchasing Agency Guarantee Limited||Buyer||-|
|-||-||-||-||Din Energy Limited||Client||-|
|-||-||-||-||Hangzhou Huachen Electric Power Control Company||Contractor||-|
|-||-||-||-||Hydrochina International Engineering Company||Contractor||-|
|-||-||-||-||National Transmission and Dispatch Company Limited||Buyer||-|
Din Energy Limited
Muhammad Asad Ullah
Din House, 35-A/1, Lalazar Area, Karachi 74000
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