Energy Crisis In Pakistan

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Energy Crisis In Pakistan

  1. 1. Energy Crisis In Pakistan: Presented By: Ata-ul-Hassnain Murtaza Haider Awais Ajmal Zulkifal Raza Zeeshan Rana
  2. 2. Contents: Introduction Energy Crisis in Pakistan Inflation and Energy Crisis in Pakistan Hydel Energy Thermal Energy Looming Energy Crisis In Pakistan Alternatives Of Energy Conclusions Recomendations
  3. 3. Introduction: Unprecedented Energy Crisis WAPDA Chairman General Musharraf(R) Benazir’s Second Government Policy Makers Power Shortage Natural Crisis Oil Crisis
  4. 4. Crisis In Pakistan: Shortage causing high prices. Industrial Sector: 1.Faisalabad Industrial Zone 2.Industries shifting to Abroad Growing GDP and Energy Requirement. 1.Double in 2015 2.7 times by 2030 Project oriented not Goal oriented. Independent power Producers(IPPs). Gap between Demand and Supply. Unhealthy Attitudes.
  5. 5. Inflation and Energy Crisis in Pakistan: Inflation Increased Views General Public View Economists View Increased Trend of Prices Official and Non-Official Reports Main Resources Of Energy Electricity Fuel Gas Coal Energy Crisis affects the economy Wapda enjoying monoply
  6. 6. Hydel Energy Dams Warsak Dam Mangla Dam Tarbela Dam Hydel Energy and its crisis in Pakistan
  7. 7. Thermal Energy History Choice of Gunset Major Manufacturers Crisis of Thermal Energy
  8. 8. Looming Energy Crisis: Increase in Cost International Market Domestic Energy Generation Effect on Foreign Exchange Reserves
  9. 9. Alternative of Energy Resources Nuclear Energy Natural Gas Exploration Solar Energy Coal Wind Energy
  10. 10. CONCLUSIONS: Circular Debts Line Losses Inadequate Power Generation Capacity Lack of Capacity of Transmission of Electricity Lack of Capacity of Distribution of Electricity Privatization of K.E.S.C Government’s Dependence on IPP’s
  11. 11. Recommendations: Govt. must pay circular debt Govt. must invest to cover up line losses Industries that consume 32% of our electricity, must apply Energy Conservation Systems and Management measures They can start producing their own energy with their own investment without depending upon the grid Industrialists and new investors must consider the Energy Sector as good an investment as any other. Needs image building Govt. must convert from inefficient gas plants to efficient ones in order to conserve electric energy Govt. must consider investing in Solar Energy plants to produce Electricity as they provide free energy, and are less mechanical than Wind Energy Plants

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