ISLAMABAD (APP) - PEPCO Managing Director Tahir Basharat Cheema has said that the government is working on several power generation projects to overcome electricity shortage in the country. Talking to PTV in Good Morning Pakistan, he said that the government had allocated Rs 65 billion during last fiscal year to pay subsidy on electricity. He said the government has set the target of generating 35,000 MW by the end of December 2009. He said two to three power generation plants would be added in the system every month, which would help in ending the load-shedding from the country He hoped that power situation would be improved in the country after the completion of all these projects. Basharat Cheema said for cheaper electricity, the country has to move to hydro and coal for power generation. Cheema urged the consumer not to use electricity unnecessarily.