First phase of Quaid e Azam Solar Park complete
The first phase of the Quaid e Azam Solar Power Park located in Cholistan Desert Punjab is complete. There are 400,000 solar panels installed in the park which are spread over 200 hectares of land.
Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park Bahawalpur: Facts and Figures
A total of 300 megawatt electricity has been added in the national grid after the completion of second phase of the Quaid-i-Azam Solar Park (QASP) near Bahawalpur.
Petroleum ministry gets powers to set LNG quota
The government has given discretionary powers to the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources allowing it to earmark liquefied natural gas (LNG) quota for different consumers including power plants.
Russian firm signs MoUs with two oil companies
Russia is expected to soon return to Pakistan’s petroleum sector after five decades with fresh investment commitments in new exploration and development techniques and construction of cross-country pipelines.
Against tampering: Locals to have theft-resistant electricity cables
In a bid to put an end to the power theft and line losses, Peshawar Electric Supply Company (Pesco) has started replacing old wires with aerial bundled cables (ABC).
LESCO board outlines major causes of power theft
The board of directors of Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO) has unearthed fresh evidence that highlights the root causes of electricity theft in the company.
CPEC a game-changer for Pakistan, will transform region: PM Nawaz
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, addressing participants at the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Summit and Expo in the capital on Monday, said that the project will transform the entire region.
7 facts about Pakistan's energy crisis ─ and how you can help end it
Can the government tackle the energy crisis? Doing so in the long run may be possible, but in the immediate term, consumers must begin using more energy-efficient products in order to mitigate the issue, reveals the report "Energy Conservation: Avoid Wastages, Prevent Shortages" by Research and Advocacy for the Advancement of Allied Reforms (Raftaar).
NEPRA grants tariffs to 2,400MW RLNG-based power plants
Pakistan’s premier regasified liquefied natural gas-based power projects, envisaging 2,400-megawatt of electricity, took another step towards the financial close after the government granted them tariffs, The News learnt on Monday.