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POWER POTENTIAL IN
PAKISTAN
Finding ways to combat the power crisis
INTRODUCTION
The current state of energy generation and its use in
Pakistan has brought the pace of production wheel
to a ...
POWER GENERATING SOURCES IN PAKISTAN
Pakistan has many types of power generating sources
which are:
 Hydel power
 Therma...
PROVINCIAL SOURCES OF POWER
GENERATION
Most of electricity in Pakistan is generated,
transmitted, distributed and retail s...
POWER GENERATING COMPANIES
 Faisalabad Electric Supply Company
 Gujranwala Electric Power Company
 Hub Power Company
 ...
SECTOR WISE CONSUMPTION OF ENERGY
OIL/PETROLEUM
GAS
ELECTRICITY AND GAS
HOW ELECTRICITY GETS TO YOU
 Electricity is made at a power plant by huge generators.
Most power plants use coal, but som...
 It connects to your house through the service drop and
passes through a meter that measures how much our
family uses.
 ...
GAP IN SUPPLY AND DEMAND
the gap between supply a demand of electricity in Pakistan
:
The power shortfall in the country h...
REASONS FOR LOW PRODUCTIVITY.
LOW TRANSMISSION.
LINE LOSSES.
HOW TO BALANCE ENERGY NEEDS WITH
COMMUNITY NEEDS?
Pakistan is going through an energy crisis. The crisis
can be overcome b...
REFERENCES
 Source : Oil Company Advisory Committee
 @ : (CNG) Compressed Natural Gas
 e : Electricity consumption for ...
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  1. 1. POWER POTENTIAL IN PAKISTAN Finding ways to combat the power crisis
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION The current state of energy generation and its use in Pakistan has brought the pace of production wheel to a seriously low level. There are many reasons for this state of affairs. We have observed the problems at hand and you will see their outcome and answers.
  3. 3. POWER GENERATING SOURCES IN PAKISTAN Pakistan has many types of power generating sources which are:  Hydel power  Thermal power  Solar energy  Wind power  Bio fuels
  4. 4. PROVINCIAL SOURCES OF POWER GENERATION Most of electricity in Pakistan is generated, transmitted, distributed and retail supplied by WAPDA(water and power development authority) except in Karachi where KESC(Karachi electric supply corporation) supplies power to Karachi and surrounding areas. There are about 20 independent power producers that contribute significantly to electricity contribution in Pakistan.
  5. 5. POWER GENERATING COMPANIES  Faisalabad Electric Supply Company  Gujranwala Electric Power Company  Hub Power Company  Hyderabad Electric Supply Company  Islamabad Electric Supply Company  Karachi Electric Supply Corporation  Kot Addu Power Company  Lahore Electric Supply Company  Multan Electric Power Company  Peshawar Electric Power Company  Quetta Electric Supply Company  Tribal Electric Supply Company  Water and Power Development Authority
  6. 6. SECTOR WISE CONSUMPTION OF ENERGY OIL/PETROLEUM
  7. 7. GAS
  8. 8. ELECTRICITY AND GAS
  9. 9. HOW ELECTRICITY GETS TO YOU  Electricity is made at a power plant by huge generators. Most power plants use coal, but some use natural gas, water or even wind.  The current is sent through transformers to increase the voltage to push the power long distances.  The electrical charge goes through high-voltage transmission lines that stretch across the country.  It reaches a substation, where the voltage is lowered so it can be sent on smaller power lines.  It travels through distribution lines to your neighborhood, where smaller pole-top transformers reduce the voltage again to take the power safe to use in our homes.
  10. 10.  It connects to your house through the service drop and passes through a meter that measures how much our family uses.  The electricity goes to the service panel in your basement or garage, where breakers or fuses protect the wires inside your house from being overloaded.  Kids, never touch a service panel! It is only to be operated by your parents or a professional.  The electricity travels through wires inside the walls to the outlets and switches all over your house.  Pakistan needs 9500MW of electricity. It is presently facing a shortfall of more than 2500MW.
  11. 11. GAP IN SUPPLY AND DEMAND the gap between supply a demand of electricity in Pakistan : The power shortfall in the country has reached 6,000 megawatts and as much as 20 hours of load shedding in cities and 22 hours load shedding in rural areas are going on Pakistan Electric Power Company has stated the total shortfall of electricity in country is 6,000 megawatts. Across the country. Pakistan’s acute energy crisis has affected each segment of society. In the summer season, frequent power outages crippled the lives of people when the gap between demand and supply was constantly increasing and the shortfall reached between 6,000 and 8,000 megawatts. In the winter season, the situation has become even worse due to a shortage of gas.
  12. 12. REASONS FOR LOW PRODUCTIVITY.
  13. 13. LOW TRANSMISSION.
  14. 14. LINE LOSSES.
  15. 15. HOW TO BALANCE ENERGY NEEDS WITH COMMUNITY NEEDS? Pakistan is going through an energy crisis. The crisis can be overcome by sustainable use of energy which means that people need to save energy through its wise use. Careful planning is required at this stage considering all the options at hand to balance energy needs with community needs.
  16. 16. REFERENCES  Source : Oil Company Advisory Committee  @ : (CNG) Compressed Natural Gas  e : Electricity consumption for AJK is estimated on the basis of actual six months data  Source: Hydrocarbon Development Institute of Pakistan (HDIP)  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_companies_ of_Pakistan#Power_generation_and_power_dis tribution  www.google.com/images
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