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Budgetary support: Asian Development Bank (ADB) asks Pakistan to bring house in order crucial energy and communication sector projects,

ISLAMABAD: 
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has asked Pakistan to address bottlenecks hindering progress on crucial energy and communication sector projects, as Islamabad is paying millions of dollars annually on the approved loans that remain undisbursed due to slow implementation of the…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/pakistan-news/budgetary-support-asian-development-bank-adb-asks-pakistan-to-bring-house-in-order-crucial-energy-and-communication-sector-projects/ Asian Development Bank (ADB), energy and communication sector projects

Diamer Bhasha Dam: Govt seeks Asian Development Bank (ADB) financing to kick-start project, Pakistan has again requested

ISLAMABAD: 
As the $14 billion strategically important Diamer Bhasha Dam remains stuck due to reluctance of international financiers, Pakistan has again requested the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to release funds for the much-delayed project.
Finance Minister Ishaq Dar made the request in a…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/hydro-power/diamer-bhasha-dam-govt-seeks-asian-development-bank-adb-financing-to-kick-start-project-pakistan-has-again-requested/ Asian Development Bank (ADB), Diamer Bhasha financing issue, important Diamer Bhasha Dam

Uncertainty prevails: Lenders seek guarantees before funding Bhasha Dam Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda)

ISLAMABAD: 
As the Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) pays more attention to the Dasu hydropower project, thereby putting the Diamer Bhasha Dam on the backburner, international loan commitments worth $9 billion for the latter are in jeopardy.
Diamer Bhasha Dam Dasu hydropower…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/pakistan-news/uncertainty-prevails-lenders-seek-guarantees-before-funding-bhasha-dam-water-and-power-development-authority-wapda/ Asian Development Bank (ADB), Bhasha Dam, Dasu hydropower project, Diamer Bhasha Dam, WAPDA, Water and Power Development Authority

Energy efficiency consumption in developing Asia to rise: Asian Development Bank (ADB) report released

The share of primary global energy consumption in developing Asia is set to rise from 34 percent in 2010 to as much as 56 percent in 2035, and by then, most Asian countries will produce less than half of the energy they need, forcing substantial fuel imports.
These were the findings made in a…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/international-news/energy-efficiency-consumption-in-developing-asia-to-rise-asian-development-bank-adb-report-released/ Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Asian Development Bank (ADB) to set up 2‚000 MW solar projects in Punjab

LAHORE (Online): Asian Development Bank (ADB) has agreed to set up 2‚000-megawatt solar power projects in Punjab province. Under the agreement signed with the Punjab government in Lahore‚ the bank will complete the projects in two years.
The first project of one thousand megawatts will be…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/solar-energy-power/asian-development-bank-adb-to-set-up-2000-mw-solar-projects-in-punjab/ Asian Development Bank (ADB), coal‚ biomass‚ biogas and hydro energy projects, solar projects in Punjab

Public-private partnership: Asian Development Bank (ADB) to set up solar energy projects in Punjab under public-private partnership in Punjab.

Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Punjab government have agreed to enhance co-operation in energy sector. ADB would set up solar energy projects under public-private partnership in Punjab. The first project of solar energy will be completed within a year whereas ADB will complete 2000MW solar…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/solar-energy-power/public-private-partnership-asian-development-bank-adb-to-set-up-solar-energy-projects-in-punjab-under-public-private-partnership-in-punjab/ ADB solar energy projects in Punjab, Asian Development Bank (ADB), biogas, biomass, Coal, hydro energy projects

Focus shifts to coal-fired plants to arrest rising power cost furnace oil or gas-based plants shifting to coal and setting up of two new coal-fired plants

ISLAMABAD: 
Upset about the rising power generation cost and an uncontrollable subsidy, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz government has decided to launch four new schemes in its power generation policy that will see two furnace oil or gas-based plants shifting to coal and setting up of two new…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/international-news/focus-shifts-to-coal-fired-plants-to-arrest-rising-power-cost-furnace-oil-or-gas-based-plants-shifting-to-coal-and-setting-up-of-two-new-coal-fired-plants/ Asian Development Bank (ADB), furnace oil or gas-based plants, Karachi port, new coal-fired plants, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz government, power generation policy

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