Rupee depreciation and import ban spells disaster for industry

The recent days have seen the price of dollar against rupee touch the highest levels in the history of the county. This spells disaster for the people especially the business community of the Pakistan. Industry experts believe that if the depreciation of rupee is not controlled immediately the engineering industry of the country might start […]

Pakistan can only progress with a proper system of accountability in place

Engineering Post in conversation with Engr. Khalid Pervez Chairman IEEEP Karachi Center Pakistan has seen a very tumultuous past in its very short life of 75 years. From almost going bankrupt immediately after creation to becoming one of the most rapidly advancing countries in the world in 60s, and then getting severed in half to […]

Construction of Hyderabad Sukkur Motorway approved on BOT basis

The long-delayed Hyderabad Sukkur Motorway project which was being executed by the Khan government on a Public Private Partnership basis has been approved by the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (Ecnec) on Built-Operate-Transfer (BOT) basis. The project has been approved on a revised cost of Rs 308,194 million, with the government share of […]

Govt to launch 14000MW Solar Projects

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has directed the authorities concerned to complete comprehensive planning for the completion of low-cost solar power projects on high priority basis as an alternative to expensive imported fuel.The instructions have been issued while chairing a meeting on solar initiatives across the country, where the authorities have been concerned to carry out […]

NTDC acquires further funds for CASA Project

The Central Asia South Asia (CASA) electric transmission project has proven to be extremely challenging for the authorities in terms of finances and distribution. National Transmission and Dispatch Company (NTDC) has sought out an additional financing of 35 million dollars for the project. According to the sources, the total cost of the project is said […]

Energy Crisis in Pakistan

By Sheikh Muhammad Ibraheem About Author Sheikh Muhammad Ibraheem is a student of electrical engineering, an author, and a researcher from Pakistan. He is an active member of NSPE and IEEE, world’s largest engineering communities. His books are published across the globe and is currently studying in the University of  Lahore. In South Asia, Pakistan […]

Geothermal Phenomena of Power Generation

By: Engr. Dr. Muhammad Nawaz Iqbal Geothermal power is viewed as a supportable, inexhaustible wellspring of energy on the grounds that the hotness extraction is little contrasted and the Earth’s hotness content. The ozone harming substance outflows of geothermal electric stations are on normal 45 grams of carbon dioxide each kilowatt-hour of power, or under […]