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Energy Update, a magazine launched in May 2006 to cater to the burgeoning energy sector of Pakistan. This is the only trade magazine on Energy in our country, and our aim is to become a 'voice of the energy industry.

When Energy Update started out on its journey to become a publication dedicated to the energy sector in Pakistan, it set before itself the high aim of becoming the voice of the energy industry.The magazine focusing on the developments in the global energy sector, with particular interest to Pakistan, and will also be covering developments in the alternate energy, especially CNG/ NGV, of which Pakistan is the largest consumer in the world.

UNIDO Awards Five Pakistani Innovators For Stellar Work In Developing Clean Technologies
ISLAMABAD: The United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), on Wednesday, granted five awards to the most promising Pakistani innovators in the field of clean technologies under its Global Cleantech Innovation Programme (GCIP).
Questions Raised Over General Electricís Flagship Power Turbines in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: General Electricís flagship gas turbines ran into problems in Pakistan earlier this year, leading to delays and lengthy outages at three newly built power stations, according to several senior Pakistani officials and power executives.
Gas Supplies Jump As Critical Project Finally Starts
ISLAMABAD: Officials at the Prime Minister Office (PMO) had another reason to celebrate on Monday as a critical project for the import of natural gas finally began operations after a long period of delays and technical difficulties.
Power Consumers To Get Real-Time Billing, Supply Info Via Mobile App
ISLAMABAD: With a continuously shrinking demand-supply gap, the government launched on Tuesday a mobile phone application to let consumers know real-time electricity billing and supply situation of any public-sector distribution company (Disco).
If Denmark could achieve more than half of its power generation through renewable means, Pakistan could also easily do: Danish envoy
Karachi, November 22: If Denmark could achieve up to 56 per cent of its power generation through renewable resources and by the year 2035, 100 per cent of its power production through clean sources of energy; the same is easily be achievable by Pakistan given that it adopts a strong political will and consistency in policies for the energy sector.
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