Category Archives: Clean Energy

Its not easy to make the “true” choice

It was a clear case of bashing. Rina Saeed Khan (RSK), an acitvitist for clean and renewable energy has always written commendable pieces about integrating economic development with environment but never before her piece invited such scathing comments as now. … Continue reading

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Doing energy business smart way – Does Denmark have the answer?

I got hold of the recording of a panel discussion held during an International Conference on Energy at Denmark Technical University (DTU). The panel was chaired was Mr. Martin Lidegaard, Danish Minister for Climate, Energy and Building in Denmark. The … Continue reading

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Fossil Free Energy – Lessons from Danish Initiatives and Outcomes!

Pakistani media is abuzz with a cacophony of energy related investments and projects initiated by the government or sponsored by its allies like China, Russia, Turkey and the U.S┬áto tackle the energy crisis. Understandably Pakistani government’s most of steps are … Continue reading

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Dial “G” for green

Since the early 2000s, Pakistan’s cellular industry has witnessed a tremendous growth. The critical importance of this industry can be judged by the fact that Pakistan has a tele density of over 70%. i.e over a 100 million users. For … Continue reading

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Green Growth and Poverty Reduction!

I can’t help becoming disappointed when I see comments on a public forum in Pakistan flatly ruling out any potential relationship between poverty alleviation and sustainable energy. I don’t understand why do some folks want to spread a general impression … Continue reading

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