Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry took to Twitter earlier today and made yet one more promising revelation in terms of developmental activities.

According to his tweet, the Daewoo Pakistan Express bus company is about to make an alliance with Skywell Automobile, a Chinese automaker, to introduce electric buses in Pakistan.

Fawad Chaudhry posted the photo of the formal invitation to the signing ceremony sent to him by Daewoo Express, saying that this is often yet one more major step towards the fulfillment of the promise. He further stated that the electrical al buses will start running on Pakistani roads this year and therefore the manufacturing of the electric buses also will begin in Pakistan within the subsequent 3 years.

The ceremony is about to require place today, however, further details are going to be revealed upon the conclusion of the event. this is often one among many samples of the Sino-Pak developmental efforts that are happening as we speak.

Earlier this year, another Chinese automaker BAIC, that had signed an MoU with Sazgar Engineering Works LTD. also revealed 3 of their vehicles which will be launching in Pakistan within the near future.

COVID-19 has obviously put a roadblock in numerous developments, but since the recent decline, business is finally beginning to devour and therefore the different sectors are beginning to gain back a number of the lost momentum. Furthermore, with the CPEC still underway, we should always anticipate to more improvements in various sectors like industry, education, tourism and hospitality among others.

The tweet by Fawad read: “Another big step towards fulfilling the promise. The strategic alliance between Daewoo Pakistan and Sky Alliance company has been signed to bring the Electric Buses to Pakistan today. from this year, electric buses will start running in Pakistan, and in three years, full manufacturing of these buses will start in Pakistan.” 
The Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry announced today that battery-powered electric buses would soon be introduced in Pakistan. The news was shared via Twitter, consistent with Federal minister, the strategic alliance agreement is going to be signed between Daewoo Pakistan Express Bus Services Limited and Skywell Automobile on Wednesday to line up the electric vehicle value chain in Pakistan.

It is pertinent to say here that vehicles in Pakistan are going to be shifted on electrical power because the country has approved its first-ever electric vehicle policy in June.

The motorbikes and vehicles are going to be shifted on electrical power, while electric vehicle manufacturing units should even be established within the country. The very first EV charging station had also been established at Jinnah avenue Islamabad last month.

Umar Ayub Khan Federal minister for power division inaugurated the EV charging station in July and announced that the govt would be fixing 24 more electric vehicle charging stations across the country shortly.
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