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Minister for Water and Power keen to convert furnace oil power plants to coal Muhammad Asif, Minister Water and Power,

A Russian Engineering Company, JSC Technopromexport, has expressed “keen interest” in the conversion of existing furnace oil power plants to the coal fuel plants. In this connection, a delegation of Technopromexports Company headed by Deputy Director General called on Minister for… coal fuel plants, furnace oil power plants, Minister for Water and Power

Power policy approved by Council of Common Interests (CCI),

CCI approves National Power Policy
ISLAMABAD, July 31 (APP): The Council of Common Interests (CCI) Wednesday approved the National Power Policy with consensus of all the provinces. Chairing a meeting of the CCI, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif said it was the policy of his government to… Council of Common Interests (CCI), Khawaja Muhammad Asif, Minister for Water and Power, Power policy approved

Extra steps towards loadshedding pledged: Centre, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ink accord recovery of outstanding electricity dues

Federal government on Friday gave assurance to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government that extra steps will be taken to resolve loadshedding issues while the provincial government will extend help for recovery of outstanding electricity dues. This agreement was reached between Minister for Water and… Chief Minister KP, Khawaja Muhammad Asif, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government, Minister for Water and Power, Pervez Khattak, resolve loadshedding issues

Energy sector to be fixed in three years: Minister for Water and Power

New Minister for Water and Power promised on Thursday to fix the country”s ailing energy sector in three years, laying out an ambitious plan to tackle crippling power shortages that have devastated the economy and sparked violent protests. Blackouts lasting more than half a day in some… Minister for Water and Power

Substandard tap chargers: TI Pakistan urges minister to probe procurement Islamabad Electric Supply Company (Iesco).

Transparency International Pakistan has urged Minister for Water and Power, Khawaja Muhamamd Asif to investigate the issue of procurement of substandard tap changers by the Islamabad Electric Supply Company (Iesco). “Minister has received a letter from the Transparency International… IESCO, Islamabad Electric Supply Company, Minister for Water and Power

Load shedding caused Rs 1000 bn loss in last 5 years: Asi promote hydel and coal power projects for cheaper electricity

ISLAMABAD (FP News Desk) – Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Asif on Thursday said that electricity load shedding has caused a loss of one thousand billion rupees to the country during last five years.
Addressing a conference on Power Sectors Reforms in Islamabad Thursday, he said… cheaper electricity., coal power projects, hydel and coal power, Khawaja Asif, load-shedding, Minister for Water and Power

Load-shedding: Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Ministry says energy policy to be announce soon

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Mohammad Asif informed the National Assembly on Tuesday that the government would soon announce a comprehensive energy policy for resolving energy crisis in the country.
The minister said load-shedding has been reduced during past few days and the… energy crisis Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Khawaja Mohammad Asif, Load-shedding KPK, Minister for Water and Power

Mukhtar terms excessive power cuts a conspiracy Minister for Water and Power and Secretary of the Ministry

Former Federal Minister for Water and Power, Ahmed Mukhtar, has said that excessive power outages at this time of the season in the country is a conspiracy being hatched by the Minister for Water and Power and Secretary of the Ministry on the behest of the political party and those who wanted to… Electricity, ensure fuel supply, load-shedding, Minister for Water and Power

Power crisis: officials asked for ”out of the box solutions”

Caretaker Minister for Water and Power, Dr Musaddaq Malik on Thursday consulted the officials of his Ministry on power sector crisis and directed them to think some “out of the box solutions”. The Minister, who has assumed charge for more or less 45 days, said on April 3, that his…

Caretaker minister for Water and Power, promises to reduce power loadshedding

Caretaker Minister for Water and Power, Dr Musaddiq Malik said on Wednesday that his top priority is to reduce power loadshedding during his stay in the Ministry but will not make any unrealistic promise. the Ministry outside the A block of Pak Secretariat, he said that he will have an…

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