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ALternative of Kesc

ALternative of Kesc

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  • 1. GREETINGS
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  • 2. BASIT & UZAIR ENERGY CO-OPERATION
    2
  • 3. ELECTRICITY PROVIDERS IN PAKISTAN
    3
  • 4. FACTS AND FIGURES
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  • 5. PRIMARY SOURCES OF ENERGY AVAILBALE IN PAKISTAN
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  • 6. WHY THE NEED OF ALTERNATIVE SOURCE..??
    • Hence 66% of the total production is dependent upon Thermal Energy.
    • 7. Core elements of thermal energy are :
    Gas
    Fossil fuels
    Steam
    • Lacking the technologies, Pakistan is not the good producer of any above core elements.
    • 8. This results in lack of electricity generation.
    6
  • 9. 7
  • 10. WIND ENERGY & SOLAR ENERGY
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  • 11. ENERGY PRODUCTION BY WIND AND SOLAR
    SOURCE: NEPRA
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  • 12. GLOBAL WARMING…A BIG ISSUE
    Burning fossil fuels has increased atmospheric pollution.
    Vehicle exhausts contribute to acid rain more so than power stations burning coal.
    The carbon stored in fossil fuels is released as carbon dioxide when they are burnt – this leads to the green house effect and global warming
    10
  • 13. HOW LONGER WE CAN DEPEND UPON FOSSIL FUELS
    OIL HAS REMAINING LIFE OF
    40 TO 50 YEARS ONLY
    11
  • 14. The demand for energy has increased in tremendous proportions in the last few decades in Pakistan; & isexpected to increase further in the coming years.
    The increase in cost of fossil fuel and the various environmental problems of large scale power generation have lead to increased appreciation of the electricity generation from non-conventional sources.
    Wind and Solar energies are the possible clean and low cost renewable resources available in the country.
    Wind power provides opportunity to reduce dependence on imported fossil fuel and at the same time expands the power supply capacity to remote locations where grid expansion is not practical.
    Wind energy is an ideal renewable energy because:
    1. it is a pollution-free, infinitely sustainable form of energy    
    2. it doesn’t require fuel   
    3. it doesn’t create greenhouse gasses it doesn’t produce toxic or radioactive waste.
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  • 15. MAJOR COUNTRIES PRODUCING ELECTRIC POWER FROM WIND
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  • 19. MAJOR COUNTRIES PRODUCING ELECTRIC POWER FROM SOLAR ENERGY
    GERMANY=10,000 MW
    SPAIN=3,500 MW
    JAPAN=2,500 MW
    U.S.A=1,650 MW
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  • 20. CONTACT US:
    basit_uzair@hotmail.com
    phone # 0900-78601
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