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Ban on use of gas by captive power plants

Ban on use of gas by captive power plants

In an attempt to address circular debt issue, the Government of Pakistan (GoP) has increased electricity tariff by Rs1.95/Kwh or 15%. This is likely to translate into additional recoveries of Rs200 billion. Potential agreements with IPPs is also likely to …

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Launch of 20pc renewable energy by 2025

Launch of 20pc renewable energy by 2025

Presently the Government of Pakistan is intending to introduce renewable energy in Pakistan in phases where the first phase expects 20 percent by 2025. No doubt, Pakistan is successfully overcoming energy crisis, which has direct and indirect impact on all …

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Distribution companies – divide and rule

Distribution companies - divide and rule

Cost of electricity in Pakistan is one of the highest in the region, which makes the businesses uncompetitive; though electricity at subsidized rates is charged to the consumers. Out of three segments of power sector; distribution segment has the key …

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Brief review on auto, cement and energy sectors

Brief review on auto, cement and energy sectors

Automotive assemblers/manufacturers The automobile industry in Pakistan includes companies involved within the production/assembling of passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, trucks, buses, tractors and motorcycles. The current market structure of the industry is concentrated. It is largely dominated by Japanese players: …

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Where Solar & Wind Power Are Thriving

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Independent climate think tank Ember has published a new report showing that wind and solar power accounted for 10 percent of global electricity generation in the first six months of 2020. That figure represents an impressive leap on the situation five years …

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Thanks but No Thanks – IPP Commission

Thanks but No Thanks – IPP Commission

Thanks to the government for forming a commission to look into the matters Pakistan’s power sector is facing over the years but no thanks to the IPP Commission (“Commission”) for creating confusion. As a matter of fact; development of the …

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Thanks but No Thanks – IPP Commission

Thanks but No Thanks – IPP Commission

Thanks to the government for forming a commission to look into the matters Pakistan’s power sector is facing over the years but no thanks to the IPP Commission (“Commission”) for creating confusion. As a matter of fact; development of the …

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