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Bin Qasim Power plant: Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) likely to convert 2 units to coal-fired plants approached National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra)

Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) is likely to convert two units of Bin Qasim Power plant into coal. It was learnt on Monday. According to sources, unit number three and four of Bin Qasim power plant would be converted into coal at a cost of around Rs 5 billion for which KESC has received…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/coal-energy/bin-qasim-power-plant-karachi-electric-supply-company-kesc-likely-to-convert-2-units-to-coal-fired-plants-approached-national-electric-power-regulatory-authority-nepra/ Bejil Company of Hong Kong, Bin Qasim Power plant, coal-fired plants, National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra)

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Loadshedding to end by ’17 strategy Points of National Energy Policy by the Ministry of Water and Power

ISLAMABAD: The government has finally formulated the much-awaited National Energy Policy 2013-18. It will be presented to the Council of Common Interests for approval on Tuesday.
Under the policy, a copy of which is available with DawnNews, power sector subsidy will be phased out by 2018 and…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/pakistan-news/loadshedding-to-end-by-17-strategy-points-of-national-energy-policy-by-the-ministry-of-water-and-power/ Affordable power strategy, Demand management strategy, Distribution strategy, Financial efficiency strategy, Generation strategy, Governance strategy, Loadshedding to end, National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra), National Energy Policy, Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra), Policy principles, Strategy, Supply chain strategy, Transmission strategy

Pakistan”s power sector currently staffed with political appointees : leaders lack vision, qualifications or experience,

Pakistan”s power sector is reportedly currently staffed with political appointees with many of them not in possession of the requisite qualifications or experience,
The sector comprises of National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra), the regulator, Water and Power Development…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/national-news/pakistans-power-sector-currently-staffed-with-political-appointees-leaders-lack-vision-qualifications-or-experience/ AEDB, Alternative Energy Development Board, energy efficiency, Genco Holding Company Limited (GHCL), National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra), Private Power Infrastructure Board (PPIB), WAPDA, Water and Power Development Authority

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