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Around the world, governments and businesses are constantly being called upon to make big investments in solar, wind, and geothermal energy, as well as biofuels. But, in the US, unlike in Europe and Asia, discussion of hydrogen energy and fuel cells as systemic, game-changing technologies is largely absent. That needs to change: these clean, [more]
Sadiqa Anjum talks of solar panels to reduce load shedding. Will solar energy or even wind energy by itself revive half the industry of the country which is shutdown and fleeing the country. We need mega quantities of power which only mega dams can give in the long run. Alternate means of energy and even Thar coal will not give us the required [more]
EARTH receives about 75,000 × 1011 KW of energy from the sun every day. Just 0.1 per cent of this energy is sufficient to meet the energy requirement of the entire world. If the solar energy striking an area of 12,550 square km at noon is converted to electricity, it will be equal to the peak power generation capacity of all power plants in the [more]
Pakistan has continuously been missing the alternative energy boat despite having driving forces like resources, finances and brains, which our people refuse to put to good use,” said retired Brig Prof Dr Nasim A. Khan during his lecture on alternate energy at the Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (Szabist) on [more]
Amidst Pakistan's energy crisis, US Agency for International Development (USAID) has launched an innovative approach to create awareness about energy efficiency and conservation through a week-long media campaign, Bijli, Pani Week. The campaign includes testimonials of actual beneficiaries of USAID Tube Well Efficiency Improvement Program, TV [more]
A COUNTRY where, besides power shortage, electricity generation, fuel and the customer mix have gone wrong, cannot hope to surmount its energy problems in a short period of 2-3 years. Presently, the most important challenge is to correct the highly skewed fuel mix. And if it is not done, prices would surely skyrocket, getting out of reach of the [more]
Solution to energy crisis in Pakistan lies in smart grid (Intelligent Energy Management) and use of solar energy along with the electricity of Wapda. This was stated by Prof Dr Yaqoob Raziq of University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, US, at the concluding ceremony of a four-day workshop on “load management through smart grid” held at Federal Urdu [more]
IN the current energy crisis, the country cannot depend upon one source of energy supply and has to look for renewable sources. One of the best ways to generate utility scale electricity is through concentrated solar thermal power. Most of the areas of Pakistan have solar irradiation of 5kWh/m2/day which by all standards is very attractive for [more]
GEOTHERMAL energy is power extracted from heat stored in the earth. It can be used for generating electricity. Worldwide, 24 countries are making use of this form of energy. To produce this type of energy, wells are drilled into underground reservoirs which are approximately one to several miles deep below the earth`s surface. This way, steam and [more]
The speakers at a consultative workshop on Wednesday urged promotion of sustainable energy production and usage and explore avenues for biomass in the country. Local and international experts speaking at a project document presented at the workshop focused on impending measures to meet domestic and commercial energy needs across the country. The [more]
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