Dialogue on Energy Crises

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Former PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi for adopting emergency measures to resolve inefficiencies in energy sector to save economy Islamabad: Former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has said that inefficiencies in the energy sector have to be addressed on an emergency basis to save the national economy from an utter crash.While addressing a dialogue on “Energy crises and way forward” organized…

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5th Int’l Wind Energy Summit 2022

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Global body urges Pakistan to exempt energy sector SMEs from competitive bidding system to ensure their survivalKarachiThe World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) has urged Pakistan’s government to preferably exempt the small and medium-sized power companies from the competitive bidding system soon to be introduced in the country for new renewable energy projects.The WWEA put forward this suggestion as its Secretary-General,…

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“2nd Int’l Solar Clean Energy Pakistan 2022 Conference and Expo

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The Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB) has aimed to commence from April 2022 the process of competitive bidding for launching new solar and wind power projects to increase the share of clean electricity in the national energy mix to 61 per cent as per the Indicative Generation Capacity Expansion Plan (IGCEP) 2021-2030.This was stated by Chief Executive Officer of AEDB,…

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4th International Wind Energy Summit-2019

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[sp_wpcarousel id=”1633″] Sindh views CCI as the best constitutional forum to resolve thorny issues of alternative energy sector Karachi The Sindh Government is of the view that the Council of Common Interests (CCI) is the right constitutional forum where the contentious issues between the provinces and the federation, which hampered the growth of renewable energy sector, should be referred for…

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10th Annual PowerGen Conference 2018

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[sp_wpcarousel id=”2122″] 10th Power Generation Conference Pakistan’s renewable energy production reaches the record level of 1568 MWs (PR) Pakistan’s renewable energy production for the first time have been increased to record level of 1568 MWs excluding hydroelectricity as identification of five more wind corridors in Balochistan could add several more thousand megawatts of clean energy to the national grid. Chief…

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