Pakistan's National Energy Conservation Centre
Alauddin, Arif, Shah, Zakir Hussain, Economic Review
Pakistan's planners, realizing that energy conservation is actually the cheapest, readily available and environment-friendly source of energy supply, created the National Energy Conservation Centre (ENERCON) in 1986 to plan, demonstrate and execute a comprehensive nationwide energy conservation programme. In the six years that ENERCON has been operating, it has made outstanding progress in demonstrating the benefits of energy conservation to industrial, agricultural, commercial and domestic consumers.
ENERCON has prepared a draft National Energy Conservation and Management Law which would give the organization the necessary statutory foundation and tools to promulgate energy efficiency standards. The legislation is with the Cabinet Division for final approval before submission to the Cabinet.
Planning and Policy Development
ENERCON prepared the energy conservation chapters for the 7th and 8th Five-Year Plans and set targets for energy conservation through improved management and implementation …
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Publication information: Article title: Pakistan's National Energy Conservation Centre. Contributors: Alauddin, Arif - Author, Shah, Zakir Hussain - Author. Magazine title: Economic Review. Volume: 23. Issue: 10 Publication date: October 1992. Page number: 27+. © 1998 Economic and Industrial Publications. COPYRIGHT 1992 Gale Group.
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