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Energy Crisis in Pakistan: Causes and Consequences.

Introduction:

Energy is the most essential to ordinary standard of life, economic development; industrial development, agricultural development, sustaining of ongoing development, prosperity of the society, education and for different sectors improvement and survival. 1,793 more words

Facts About Energy Crisis In Pakistan

Energy is considered to be life line of any economy and most vital instrument of socioeconomic development of a country. Energy is pivotal in running machinery in factories and industrial units, for lighting our cities and powering our vehicles etc. 570 more words

Eduaction & Reference

What lessons should we take from the last wave of California utility reform?

We’re now in the midst of the “third wave” of electricity industry reform in California. The first was in the early 1980s with the rise of independently-owned cogeneration and renewable resources. 109 more words

Energy Innovation

From Elvis and The Col: Fan Mail Season

Col Parker’s promotional acumen drove him to exploit every possible angle of Elvis and his fans.

While The Elvis Brand was on products, Parker’s was on Elvis. 283 more words

Elvis Presley

Is the protagonist of Stardew Valley suffering from chronic illness?

By Geoffrey Bunting

For the past two years I have suffered from chronic illness. It’s a hard road; it makes pretty much everything ten times more difficult than it should be – and that’s on a good day. 1,030 more words

Feature

Energy Market going through some rough seas. Good for selling bad for buying

It’s been an interesting few months in the export business (generated electricity that is). The first of the predicted energy supply companies went to the wall this week. 491 more words

National Trust

Saudis to unveil the big secret? Not likely.

Over at OilPrice.com Nick Cunningham wrote that Saudi Arabia might finally reveal one of its closest kept secrets as they prepare to sell some 5% of its oil monopoly, Saudi Aramco, to the public. 228 more words

Economics