Sunday, May 07, 2006

US plans major Asian power grid

The United States has outlined an ambitious energy project to develop the energy sources of the ex-Soviet republics of Central Asia.

The plan would develop a regional power grid from Kazakhstan to India.

The grid would feed the growing energy needs of India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, and help integrate the economies of Central and South Asia.

The far-reaching plan would also reduce Central Asia's reliance on routes through Russia for its energy exports.


Let's see how the Russians and the Chinese like this one...


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