energy crisis

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energy crisis

ncrisi f energetica
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Similar to other South Asian countries, Afghanistan is suffering from acute energy shortage and power crisis owing to poor governance, a lack of long-term planning and mismanagement of allocated resources.
The Federal Interior Minister said the PML-N had won the general election of 2013 on the promise of development and it fulfilled its commitment, besides ending terrorism and energy shortage to a larger extent.
She said Pakistan's energy shortage would be greatly fed by this energy project, adding that China's Belt and Road Initiative was creating positive effects in Pakistan and it would change fate of people along the route.
BEIJING -- Power Construction Corporation of China Ltd, the biggest hydropower designer and builder in the country has assured that it would fully support Pakistan in its efforts to overcome energy shortage.
will face a critical energy shortage in the next five years.
Despite severe energy shortage in the country and the need to have as much decentralised power generation as possible, none of the power distribution companies has stepped up to offer the net metering facility to its consumers which would enable the customers to help generate their own energy through solar panels.
EBRD is working together with multilateral and regional lenders in Egypt to combat the country's energy shortage.
Pakistan is currently facing an energy shortage and we are keen to get investors who want to set up power plants in the country.
A good number of textile mills have closed down operations from November 2007, when energy shortage hit the country.
It will also help many countries tackle food price volatility and energy shortage, she said in the statement released on Thursday.
He mentioned that the electricity being supplied from Iran to Pakistan's Balochistan province would prove helpful in overcoming his country's acute energy shortage.
The Varna Power Plant upped its electricity output to cover "a significant part" of the resulting energy shortage, and produced a total of some 700,000 MWh for the period September 18 - November 4.

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