Skip to Main Content. A not-for-profit organization, IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Use of this web site signifies your agreement to the terms and conditions. Smart grids: An approach to integrate the renewable energies and efficiently manage the energy system of Pakistan Abstract: This paper describes the reasons behind the crisis in energy sector and the actual status of the energy supply demand gap. With old infrastructure and increasing demand for electricity, Pakistan critically needs the addition in the current energy production and also efficient utilization.
Energy Crisis in Pakistan: Causes and Consequences
In this week's highlights: Oil recovery expectations boosted by travel corridors; r-PET prices hit Ukraine may advance this year in a program to e-auction exploration permits for critical minerals Fuel for Thought: California fracking ban a bigger boon to crude imports than bust for production. The country's struggle to source spot LNG cargoes from overseas at a time when global LNG prices have surged many-fold on the back of cold weather, as well as the inability to supply gas from domestic sources, have left the country with little option other than turning to oil. He added that Pakistan has unused oil-fired power plant capacity, especially now during winter, when power demand is lower than in summer.
These natural resources are in limited supply. While they do occur naturally, it can take hundreds of thousands of years to replenish the stores. Governments and concerned individuals are working together to make the use of renewable resources a priority and to lessen the irresponsible use of natural supplies through increased conservation. The energy crisis is a broad and complex topic. The energy crisis is something that is ongoing and getting worse, despite many efforts.