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Power policy is important agenda as country faces power crisis: Sindh Chief Minister,

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Qaim Ali Shah, has said that power policy is a very important agenda as the entire country faces electricity crisis.
He was chairing a high level meeting at the Chief Minister House here on Tuesday.
A strategy was discussed with regard to the July 31 meeting…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/national-news/power-policy-is-important-agenda-as-country-faces-power-crisis-sindh-chief-minister/ Council of Common Interest (CCI), faces electricity crisis, power crisis, Power policy agenda

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Five projects of 3000MW in pipeline: Provincial Minister for Energy Sher Ali

Provincial Minister for Energy Sher Ali has said that five projects are in pipeline to produce 3000 MW additional electricity for overcoming the on-going power crisis. Presiding over a departmental meeting regarding electricity production in the province, the minister said that maximum…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/national-news/five-projects-of-3000mw-in-pipeline-provincial-minister-for-energy-sher-ali/ foreign electricity production companies, power crisis, Provincial Minister for Energy

finalises new national energy policy Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif public and private investment and import electricity from India, Iran and Central Asian states

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Friday said that the new energy policy would turn out to be “panacea of Pakistan’s energy ills.”
“People and economy have suffered badly at the hands of crippling power crisis. It is high time that prudent and consistent policies were pursued to…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/pakistan-news/finalises-new-national-energy-policy-prime-minister-nawaz-sharif-public-and-private-investment-and-import-electricity-from-india-iran-and-central-asian-states/ import electricity from India, new national energy policy, power crisis

Power crisis: No immunity from power cuts for ruling elite Senate Standing Committee on Water and Power,

ISLAMABAD: 
As the power crisis lingers on, the country’s most powerful — the presidency and the premier — receive an uninterrupted supply of electricity, despite recommendations of a parliamentary panel to end load-shedding exemptions, a Senate body was told on Monday.
Thechaired by…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/pakistan-news/power-crisis-no-immunity-from-power-cuts-for-ruling-elite-senate-standing-committee-on-water-and-power/ IESCO, Islamabad Electric Supply Company, power crisis, Water and Power

Changing tracks switch from oil and gas to other fuels: As power crisis worsens, businesses innovate

KARACHI: As Pakistan grapples with a crippling energy crisis, many manufacturers have opted to switch from oil and gas to other fuels, creating a whole new market for coal, agricultural by-products and even garbage, industry officials say.
A few years ago, the idea that factories would use…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/coal-energy/changing-tracks-switch-from-oil-and-gas-to-other-fuels-as-power-crisis-worsens-businesses-innovate/ alternate sources of energy, businesses innovate, Changing tracks, new market for coal, oil and gas fuels, power crisis, products and even garbage, textile factories

Power crisis: Lahore High Court LHC approached to form judicial commission Judicial Activism Penal (JAP)

Judicial Activism Penal (JAP) has approached the Lahore High Court through a petition seeking court directions for constitution of judicial commission (JC) to fix responsibility for power crisis in the country. Chairman JAP Muhammad Azhar Siddique stated that the ongoing power crisis was…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/national-news/power-crisis-lahore-high-court-lhc-approached-to-form-judicial-commission-judicial-activism-penal-jap/ Judicial Activism Penal (JAP), judicial commission, Lahore High Court LHC, power crisis

Unending load-shedding: Senate panel recommends end to exemptions for elite crippling power crisis, Senate Standing Committee on Water and Power meeting

ISLAMABAD: 
With no end in sight to the crippling power crisis, a parliamentary panel has recommended ending the exemption of load-shedding to the elite of the country, including the Presidency, Prime Minister’s House and the diplomatic enclave in Islamabad.
The Senate Standing Committee on…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/pakistan-news/unending-load-shedding-senate-panel-recommends-end-to-exemptions-for-elite-crippling-power-crisis-senate-standing-committee-on-water-and-power-meeting/ (Nepra), National Electric Power Regulatory Authority, power crisis, Senate panel, Senate Standing Committee, Unending load-shedding, Water and Power meeting

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