Energy Crisis of Pakistan

What is the Energy crisis in Pakistan and we will be upload the details about Energy Crisis of Pakistan 2020. The energy consumption trends in Pakistan, Energy sector of Pakistan is considered to be under-developed, It is because of our poor management and planning System, with untapped potential for development growth of the Pakistan. First of all we will discus about the Energy consumption that how much energy consumption is in the Pakistan and were our energy is consuming.

Here we are dividing it in the 5 sectors those are consuming our energy of the Pakistan and how much their consuming percentage. Our some government sectors and some big Industrial sectors are wasting our energy because they consume it but they do not pay its dues So their for our Country Pakistan is facing the Energy crises which we will discus here below that why our country Pakistan is going to face the energy crisis still.

Energy Crisis of PakistanSo here we are talking about the 5 sectors whose using energy or whose consuming energy and we will give you the Graph about it in the Details. Those 5 sectors names are Domestic Sectors, Commercial Sectors, Industrial Sectors, Agriculture Sectors and Other Sectors.

Energy Crisis of Pakistan

these Sectors are using energy with the different roles of dues that their unit rates are different and their taxes are also different which they should pay. Here below we provided the graph of those sectors whose consuming the energy we mentioned here them with the different colors.

These Colors are Using for the Domestic, Commercial, Industrial, Agricultural and Others Sectors And in the Below graph you can see the percentage of usage about any sector that whose sector is using how much energy and their ratio. In the 2003 Pakistan total energy consumption was 52.7 GWH and in the 2009 Pakistan Energy consumption was 70.4 GWH and now In the Pakistan Energy consumption is more than 80 GWH So you can judge that why Pakistan is facing the Energy Crisis now a days.

And now here we will talk about the Energy sources that how and where from we are generating the electricity how much we are generation from whose source their percentage is mentioned here. We are generating the Electricity (Energy) with 4 types sources in Pakistan. One is GAS 2nd is HYDEL 3rd is NUCLEAR and 4th is OIL these four sources are using In Pakistan for the producing the Electricity. You can see the percentage of these sources that whose source how much generating the Energy.

And now here we will discus about the Companies whose generating the Electricity in Pakistan. Here in Pakistan total 9 companies are generating the Energy So here we will talk about their names and their Percentage that how much percent they are producing the Energy for the Pakistan. Those 9 companies are WAPDA, UCH, KAPCO, KESC, Other IPP’S and LIBERTY, PAEC, ROUSCH and HUBCO. These 9 Companies are working in Pakistan for the Electricity producing task. Their percentage is mentioned below with the Company name.

So now you can see that why Pakistan is facing the Energy Crisis Because here is Energy producing ratio is very low and our energy usage is very high So their for Every one is facing this problem whose lives in Pakistan. In Pakistan many Department and sectors whose noting paying their dues properly and Our Energy generating Companies are going to the Lose therefore they close their companies for some days because of Recovery their payments. So should pay our dues on the due dates because we do not want to face these problems but we are creating our problem.

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Tahir Malik

I'm an Educational writer with a B.Ed degree having a passion for educating, and delivering my knowledge for the sake of students' growth.

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