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Energy and Power

Why Invest?

  • Spade-work for Investment completed
  • Sites bearing potential for 26,000 MW identified
  • Bankable feasibilities available for 7 sites

Comparative Natural Advantages

  • Favorable hydrology and natural high heads
  • Sites with least environmental hazards

Investment-Friendly Regulatory Environment

  • High Benefit investor friendly Provincial Energy Policy
  • Unflinching political and administrative backing

Investor Friendly Policy

  • Ease of Process
  • One Window Process
  • Time Efficient
  • Fiscal Dynamics
  • Guaranteed Rate of Return
  • Guaranteed Purchase
  • Tax Incentives
  • Support
  • Support in Land Acquisition
  • Security

Risk

  • Hydrological Risk borne by Purchaser
  • Single Buyer Plus Regime

Taxation

  • No Income No Income Tax
  • No Provincial Taxes

Import/Export

  • Minimum Custom Duty (5%)
  • No GST (VAT) on Import of Plant

Incentives

  • Full Repatriation of Profits allowed
  • Free Access to local/foreign credit
  • Issuance of Corporate Registered Bond permitted
  • Underwriting of Shares and Bonds allowed through Foreign Bank
  • Purchase of Government and Corporate Securities allowed
  • Independent Credit Rating Agencies available for Informed fiscal decision making

Housing
The Housing Department and its field arm Provincial Housing Authority (PHA) with a vision i.e. “HOUSING FOR ALL” came into existence in 2004 and 2005 respectively. The Department is actually an offshoot of erstwhile PP&H Department and could be termed as legacy of that. In light of Vision/Aims and objectives the department functions/ activities rally round acquisition of land preferably state land or the private lands which after development into plots, if possible into housing units which then subsequently offer to the General public and Govt. Servants at the affordable rates.
Objectives behind creation of the housing department khyberpaktunkhwa and its field arm PHA are to provide plots / housing units to the low income groups, that covers government servants and the general public on the affordable rates. In order to meet the objective, lands preferably government lands which in case is not available then private lands are acquired which after development in to the plots / housing units are offered to both i.e government servants and the general public.