Fauji Kabirwala Power Plant is a 157 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant located near Kabirwala, District Khanewal.
Fauji Foundation had set up this US$ 170 million plant in collaboration with Messrs EI Paso Energy International,
USA (now replaced by Messrs Pendekar Kabirwala Power Company of Malaysia) with debt equity ratio of 75:25.
ADB and EDC of Canada had financed a major portion of the debt.
The project commenced commercial operation on 21 October 1999 and ever since is supplying one of the cheapest electricity to the National Grid.
The plant is being operated and maintained by own engineers and staff. During the last twenty two years of operation,
it has achieved the highest rate of availability. Based on its performance, the plant was declared the World's
best Combined Cycle Plant by Siemens Westinghouse and awarded New Combined Cycle Power Plant of the Year Award for
the Years 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2004.