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A WASTE to Energy presentation has been given by a US-based firm, Ecoair, at Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) office. In a rare instance of its kind, LWMC gathered all possible stakeholders of waste to energy sector for briefing on the project. Ecoair, consultants of LWMC, had earlier visited the under-construction landfill facility, dumping [more]
The government pays a minimum agreed monthly payment to all power producers for the contract period, even if no power is supplied. This means that if the power plant is not operating, the government would still need to pay the energy bill. In 2008 eight thermal power plants and two nuclear power plants were forcefully shut down for maintenance. But [more]
A DELEGATION of a prominent Korean Company met Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif. Matters regarding investment and cooperation in energy, construction, engineering and other sectors were discussed in the meeting. Head of the delegation Joon Tae Kim gave a briefing regarding trade and business activities of the company. Chairman Planning [more]
A THREE-member delegation of the US firm Ecoair visited the Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) to study solid waste management and various possibilities of energy production from the waste in Lahore. Chief Executive Officer Ecoair Mr. Peter Kudsen headed the delegation and was accompanied by WtE experts Mr. Paul Franz Neubacher and Mr. Qayyum [more]
ACCORDING to energy rules in Pakistan, the government pays a minimum agreed monthly payment to all power producers for the contract period, even if no power is supplied. This means that if a power plant is not operating, the government would still need to pay the energy bill. In 2008, eight thermal power plants and two nuclear power plants of [more]
The Punjab government has decided to set up five bio mass resource power generation plants including one 20 Megawatt plant in Multan to overcome electricity shortage by exploiting vast green energy potential in the province. Assistant director agriculture information Multan Naveed Asmat Kahlon told a group of progressive growers here Thursday that [more]
Assuring foreign businessmen that Pakistan is a safe country for investment, Board of Investment (BOI) Chairman Muhammad Zubair has said terrorism and security were indeed the issues afflicting the country, but the government is taking all measures to restore peace. In this regard, he cited the prime minister’s initiative to bring peace in [more]
Minister of State for Water and Power Chaudhry Abid Sher Ali said that six sites have been identified where projects such as the 2,200 MW Karachi Coastal Power Project could be set up. While addressing the Korea-South Asia Power Forum, Ali said the Karachi Coastal Power Project will be completed with the help of foreign investment. The minister [more]
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