A word from our director :
"A great milestone achieved! This has been a superb example of great team work, extraordinary commitment and dedication. It was one of the few moments when the event was bigger than its perception - the journey from "C to C" (Concept to Concrete) has been arduous and challenging. Our team's commitment coupled with the stakeholders support enabled us to achieve a number of firsts in the sector - we have created templates that have been followed in sector. It is the first wind project in Pakistan to be commissioned in 14 months "
Globalinstalled hydropower capacity increased from 896.9 GW in 2006 to 1,072.1 GW in 2011.
It is expected that number is expected to grow to 1,443 GW by 2020, in part due to an increased emphasis by governments around the world.
Many countries are actively seeking ways to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels and minimize carbon footprints – as such, small hydro plants have become an attractive solution.
Solar power is almost certain to get progressively cheaper as its deployment increases.
Requiring no input resource unlike other competing sources of electricity generation, a future reliant on the sun’s energy not only eases the pressure on our country's import bill.
As of 2014, the total global installed capacity of solar was 177 GW. The cumulative installed global capacity is projected to increase to anywhere between 320 GW and 430 GW by the end of 2018, which means a doubling of the cumulative shipped volumes.
Globally 2014 saw a record 95 gigawatts of new wind and Solar,
AND THE INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY (IEA) EXPECTS RENEWABLES TO ACCOUNT FOR 25 PERCENT OF POWER GENERATION IN 2018, UP FROM 20 PERCENT IN 2011. IN 2014, NON-HYDRO RENEWABLES ACCOUNTED FOR ALMOST HALF (48 PERCENT) OF NET NEW POWER CAPACITY. THIS WAS THE THIRD YEAR IN A ROW THE FIGURE WAS ABOVE 40 PERCENT. "