Thursday, 19 April 2012


Now a days when we talk of the problems of PAKISTAN then we say that terrorism is the biggest problem but ENERGY crises comes very next to it.If there is no energy then nothing can be expected in terms of economy and welfare.Economy drives a country but ENERGY drives the economy.Industrial revolution is possible only when we have energy.Infact everything relies on energy.Energy is the driving force of everything.When we will not add a single WATT for 7-8 years then we will face the situation like this.Actually noone takes the ownership of this country.President Musharrraf ruled solely for 8 years but he never thought of this  problem for the future.PPPP government ruled for 4 years but situation is still the same.We need to work on alternative sources of energy like solar energy.We have expertise but problem is the utilization of this technical force.We can also collaborate with china,turkey and IRAN in this regard but the problem is the same.Noone takes serious and immediate actions to resolve the issue.Wind energy and solar energy should be utilized.Sun glows for maximum time in Pakistan but we just use it to dry our clothes instead of making it as energy extractor.Many countries have opted solar energy a decade back but unfortunately we are not in a position to opt it even in 2020.We need to discover renewable energy sources.Civil nuclear technology is best to eradicate this problem .If AMERICA can join hands with us in fight against terrorism then we should also convince America to help us us in this regard.Cicil nuclear technology is the need of the hour.
We are producing degree oriented electrical engineers instead of research oriented  technical force.They should be asked to work on this energy crises.
One more thing that we must improve is the security situation of our country so that investors can have an oppurtunity to invest more in Pakistan especially the foreign investors.  

Moreover RAJA pervaiz ahsraf has joined  ministry of I.T so we CAN expect loadshedding in BYTES rather than WATTS in near future. hehe

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