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Study: large hydropower dams unsustainable

Study: large hydropower dams unsustainable

The developed world built numerous large dams from the 1920s to the 1970s. Today, hydropower is the world’s leading source of renewable energy, accounting for 71 percent of renewable energy in 2016. However, this trend seems to be changing. Across Europe and …Continue reading

717MW Power to Be Added Into the National Grid

717MW of electricity have been injected into the national grid with the inauguration of the Bhikki Power Plant near Sheikhupura. A steam turbine is expected to be added in November which will bring the total output of the powerplant to 1180MW. The …Continue reading

Two Wind Power Plants to Become Operational in Sindh by End of Year

Two wind power plants containing 33 wind turbines each are set to be installed in Sindh by the end of the year. The power plants will have the capacity to produce 99 megawatts (MW) electricity altogether and will be capable of providing …Continue reading

Diversifying the Energy Basket

Clean technology and renewable energy is gaining momentum worldwide because of the increasing pressure on the limited nonrenewable resources for power, such as coal, petroleum and natural gas. Cleantech is a broad term that encompasses products and services that aim at pollution …Continue reading