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Power Sector in Pakistan

Power Sector in Pakistan

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Power sector development in Pakistan
Letter of Transmittal
Date: October 30th, 2009Sir RafiqueInstructor, Economic development,KUBSDear Sir,With reference to the topic assigned, this report is being submitted to you onOctober 31st 2009, as requested. It is based on the Power sectordevelopment. The report has been drafted to provide a perspective on thepast considerations and current scenario of power development in Pakistan. The report includes the supply and demand of the electricity and methods of electricity generation and their respective sectorial distribution. The reportalso includes the expansion plan of government regarding the powerdevelopment in Pakistan.We have tried our level best to use the basic concepts taught in this course.Hope you enjoy viewing our work and it is satisfactory. Thank YouSincerely,
Shazhad Rafique # 25Sohaib Akram # 13
Economic Development - KUBSPage 1
 
Power sector development in Pakistan
Table of contents
S.NO. PARTICULARS PAGENO.1
Introduction
3
Economic Development - KUBSPage 2
 
Power sector development in Pakistan
2
Overview of electricity sector 
43
Installed generation capacity 
64
Supply sources of electricity 
7
1.WAPDA
7
2.KESC
11
3.Nuclear Energy 
11
4.Independent power projects
125
Transmission &Distribution
146
Consumption of electricity 
157
Growth in consumers
178
Village electrification
199
Expansion of generatingcapacities
2110
conclusion
21
INTRODUCTION
Pakistan’s energy infrastructure is under-developed, insufficient and poorlymanaged.
 
PresentlyPakistan has been facing severe energy crisis. Despite strong economicgrowth and rising energy demand during the past decade, no serious effortshave been made to install new capacity of generation. Consequently, thedemand exceeds supply and hence load-shedding is a common phenomenonthrough power shutdown. Pakistan needs around 14,000 to 15,000 MWelectricity per day, and the demand is likely rise to approximately to 20,000MW per day by 2010. Presently, it can produce about 11,500 MW per day
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