BR Research - Power Generation

Pakistan on its way to challenge Denmark?

Pakistan on its way to challenge Denmark?

So says Special Assistant on Petroleum, Nadeem Babar for how the government is pursuing the renewable energy focus for energy security over the next 25...

Energy complexities resurface

Energy complexities resurface

We are in the season of low energy demand – air-conditioning demand is falling in power sector while heating need is not yet on surface...

HUBC in FY19

HUBC in FY19

During FY19, power generation from furnace oil declined by 60 percent year-on-year, where its share in total power generation was only 7 percent in FY19...

Record high power generation

Record high power generation

Pakistan generated its highest ever electricity in July 2019 at 14.2 billion units. It seems the demand is gradually making a comeback, having gone down...

Coal power additions

Coal power additions

Where the previous government had spurred activity in infrastructure and development projects, the same has been missing in Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf’s one year in...

Power generation (& cost) rebound

Power generation (& cost) rebound

Having gone down sequentially for five straight months, power generation has made a comeback of sorts in the last two month of FY19. In normal...

Power generation fuel imports

Power generation fuel imports

Pakistan’s improved energy generation mix and reduced import bill in FY19 are being celebrated the most. A shift from FO based generation with a share...

Haunted by capacity charge

Haunted by capacity charge

China Pakistan Economic Corridor brought with itself a huge opportunity to address the lacunas of the power sector: power shortages and affordability. Credit should be...

Capacity payments nearing trillion rupees

Capacity payments nearing trillion rupees

Power tariffs are all set to further increase as the second half FY19 tariff adjustment is nearing. And soon after, the base tariff will go...

Energy prices: Industries take the brunt

Energy prices: Industries take the brunt

Much focus has been on the energy prices’ impact on domestic consumers. Given the quantum of increase in some cases, it is not entirely out...

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