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Trade bodies demand affordable power in Karachi

The News International 04 Jul 2022
KARACHI. The representatives of eight trade and industrialist associations held a joint press conference at the Karachi Press Club on Sunday, urging the government for its immediate intervention in ensuring affordable electricity to industries in Karachi for saving businesses, export production and livelihoods of millions of people.
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All you need to know to power your home with solar

Dawn 04 Jul 2022
One can take a gander down Regal Chowk in Karachi and pick up a solution that costs a few hundred thousand rupees compared to a million-plus option that a branded supplier could provide but it comes with its set of drawbacks ... Reputable solar providers are registered with the Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB).
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Pakistan haunted by rising cost of production

Dawn 03 Jul 2022
KARACHI ... He called on the government to rescue trade and industry rather than “wasting energy on political issues” ... On Saturday, the North Karachi Association of Trade and Industry (NKATI) has said that the Karachi chambers had appealed to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to take notice of the lack of gas supply to industries.
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Sustainable solutions

Dawn 03 Jul 2022
In this regard, nothing is better than renewable or clean energy, which comes from natural resources like sunlight, wind, rain, etc ... Besides, going for tidal energy and geothermal heat would help reduce unending loadshedding in cities like Karachi, where citizens and industries continue to suffer at the hands of the city’s lone power utility.
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Green mortgage

Dawn 01 Jul 2022
SUBSEQUENT to transportation and industry, the residential sector is the third-largest energy-consuming sector in megacities ... This implies a growing demand for energy and a consequent increase in environmental unfriendliness. In order to reduce unawareness about energy consumption in the residential sector, several methods may be employed ... Karachi.
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Pakistan: Karachi assures improvement in electricity situation in 24 hrs

Gulf News 30 Jun 2022
Karachi ... The assurance to this effect was given by top officials of the Karachi Electric (K-Electric) as they were summoned by Sindh Energy Minister, Imtiaz Ahmed Sheikh, to his office to seek explanation for the persisting power crisis in the city ... He asked the provincial Energy ...
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No relief from loadshedding as KE backtracks on promise to govt

Dawn 30 Jun 2022
The energy minister told Dawn that he summoned the top management of the K-Electric in his office on the severe loadshedding being carried out in Karachi ... The energy minister said that severe loadshedding in Karachi was leading to law and order situation in different localities as the power utility was piling miseries on people.
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Growing power crisis

Dawn 30 Jun 2022
Major power riots are already being witnessed in Karachi, with people venting their anger against prolonged cuts in the sweltering weather by staging protests in several areas of the city ... According to media reports, the national energy shortfall on Tuesday was a massive 9,000MW, with Karachi, Peshawar and Multan reportedly the most affected cities.
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Ice cream at Cnergyico outlets

Dawn 30 Jun 2022
KARACHI. An energy firm has entered into a partnership with a leading ice cream brand to put up ...
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KMC's Rs 32.21b budget for FY 2022-23 presented

Urdu Point 29 Jun 2022
Administrator Karachi Barrister Murtaza Wahab on Wednesday presented the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation's budget of over Rs 32.21 billion for the financial year 2022-23 with a Rs 16.12 million surplus ... The Administrator Karachi said that no new tax was imposed in the budget.
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Power crisis creating law and order situation in Karachi: CM

The News International 29 Jun 2022
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said prolonged power loadshedding being resorted to by K-Electric has started creating a law and order situation in Karachi ... He said the power supply issue had become worse in Karachi, as people were not able to rest properly at night and their efficiency at workplace became compromised the next day.
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My right to shop

The News International 26 Jun 2022
The government has called for the closure of markets at 9pm to conserve energy ... Karachi, once known as ... Karachi.
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Energy prices are causing chaos in Asia. Here's why the rest of the world should worry

CNN 26 Jun 2022
to conserve energy ... These are just some of the more eye-catching scenes playing out in the Asia Pacific region, where various countries are facing their worst energy crisis in years — and grappling with the growing discontent and instability caused by knock-on increases in the cost of living.
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Pakistan losing LNG bidding war to Europe

Dawn 26 Jun 2022
KARACHI ... According to State Minister for Petroleum Musadik Malik, Pakistan’s failure to find a bidder for liquefied natural gas (LNG) slots had forced authorities to shift to alternative sour­ces of energy for power generation, which would take a month or so to yield results ... Experts say WB has messed up country’s energy sector by backing gas.
photo: AP / Eranga Jayawardena
Motorists wait in a queue expecting to buy fuel in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Sunday, June 26, 2022.
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Energy prices are causing chaos in Asia. Here’s why the rest of the world should worry

Egypt Independent 26 Jun 2022
to conserve energy ... These are just some of the more eye-catching scenes playing out in the Asia Pacific region, where various countries are facing their worst energy crisis in years — and grappling with the growing discontent and instability caused by knock-on increases in the cost of living.

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