Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari inaugurated the first ever wind power project in the country at Jhampir Thatta on Monday. Speaking on the occasion, President Zardari termed the windmill project a first baby step and said our industrialists and investors could do more by establishing such industries. He said that with the commencement of the first wind power project, Pakistan has entered into a new era. He termed the commencement as the first concrete step towards tapping country's vast Renewable Energy resources. Zardari said that commencement of commercial operation of FFC Wind Farm was the beginning of exploiting the wind potential of Gharo Keti Bandar Wind Corridor. This is an area that has power generation potential of 50,000 MW. He said that it was a matter of great satisfaction to learn that many more wind power projects were in pipeline and would commence commercial operations soon.