Although there is very little recourse available to Pakistan in short term, it can improve its energy security in medium-term.
Pakistan can either embark on the green energy revolution while it is still at an early stage or be a late-comer as usual
An efficient energy value chain will reduce the country’s energy import bill at the same time give a good return on investments.
The power generation scene in the next decade should hover around large-scale hydropower plants.
Challenges of moving from a single-buyer to a multi-buyer regime are huge but resulting benefits will lead to improved system.
As Pakistan considers adoption of EVs, there is a need to learn some useful lessons from the experience of other countries.
Nature-based solutions — such as planting trees next to streets, river-catchment management and sustainable ...
Ironically, Pakistan is Afghanistan’s only neighbour with which it does not have import arrangement of electricity
PM Abbasi's move to set up a new Energy Ministry is expected to harmonise all energy-related affairs.
ECO is a beacon of hope for progress for the 450m people of member countries.