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WELCOME to the PAKISTAN RENEWABLE ENERGY SOCIETY (PRES);  the official web of the Society and the largest Renewable / Alternative Energy Web Portal of Pakistan.

PRES is a non-profit, non-governmental and a non-political society registered under “The Societies Registration Act, 1860”, having a strong Vision and Mission, working for the Promotion and Development of Alternative / Renewable Energy Technologies in the Country.

PRES is the first and a unique dedicated web portal that provides information on different renewable / alternative energy technologies. The basic aim of this portal is to provide a platform to the people working in the field of Renewable / Alternative Energy Technologies so that they can share their views,  experiences and can find solutions to their problems from different energy experts.

This platform provides a lot of Renewable / Alternative Energy Data,  News,  Articles,   Interviews of different Experts,  Upcoming Events like Exhibitions,  Workshops,  Seminars, Trainings,  Symposiums etc.  Other valuable information about different Renewable / Alternative energy tenders, upcoming projects and jobs are also available on this web portal.

In short,  PRES  is a first ever comprehensive web portal of Pakistan covering a lot of information about Renewable / Alternative Energy Technologies for experts and students and hope that one will enjoy spending time at this portal in order to keep himself/herself up to date.

We also appreciate valuable suggestions from our readers in order to make this portal a Valuable and Resourceful.

Regards,

PRES Team.

 

Latest News

Bara goes solar

The other day, I happened to visit ‘Bara’, a popular shopping centre, approximately five kilometres from University Town, Peshawar. To my surprise, I saw about seven to eight shops selling complete solar energy equipment imported from China and Korea. If most of us install this equipment at our homes, it could solve the energy shortage problem [more]

Technical support: India to assist in installing biomass power plant

Punjab Agriculture Minister Dr Farrukh Javed has announced that 1,277 megawatts of electricity will be generated from 10.94 million tons of biomass available from the residue of crops. The minister was speaking at a ceremony marking the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for Indian technical assistance for installing a 15MW biomass [more]

Energy import: Iran to supply 1,000MW to Pakistan

Pakistan and Iran are set to sign an initial deal for the supply of 1,000 megawatts of electricity to overcome the crippling energy crisis in Pakistan. Sources told The Express Tribune that the Ministry of Water and Power was calling for the vetting of a draft of memorandum of understanding (MoU) to be signed with Iran for electricity [more]

KBD inevitable for country, cheap power

Kalabagh Dam is inevitable for the progress and prosperity of the country as it will produce power at an average cost of Rs1.5/kwh. This cheap power will annually displace costly power worth approximately Rs300 billion with consequential savings of costly oil imports. This saving alone would wipe out the current account deficit, boost reserves and [more]

Energy potential

Pakistan has enormous resources of renewable and non-renewable energy sources. One of the largest coal fields in Pakistan has reserves of more than 175 billion tones exceeding those in some major oil generating countries. Pakistan has a great potential for wind energy yet power generation using wind energy is still in the initial stages. About [more]

China to Help Pakistan in Energy Sector

Chief Minister said that the Pakistani government is streamlining relations with friendly countries on new lines for putting the country on the road to progress and China is on the top of the list. He said that the project of economic corridor between Pakistan and China will prove to be a new chapter of development and prosperity in the region. He [more]

Shahbaz seeks Indian investment in energy sector

PUNJAB Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that due to the energy crisis, economic and trade activities have slowed down in the country. However, he said, government was determined to overcome shortage of electricity and measures were being taken for this purpose on the emergent basis. He expressed these views while talking to a delegation of [more]

Briefing on renewable energy resources held

The Riphah Institute of Public Policy — a constituent institute of Riphah International University — organised a briefing on the ‘Renewable Energy Resources’ for Dr. Rashid Beebeejaun, deputy prime minister (DPM) & minister for energy, Government of Mauritius. The Mauritius deputy prime minister was briefed by officials of the Pakistan [more]



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