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Biomass resource mapping in Pakistan : implementation report - December 2015 (Inglês)

Pakistan is facing a large deficit in electricity supply. A report published by the government of Pakistan (GoP) in 2013 showed that the electricity supply-demand gap has continuously grown over the past five years and has reached 4,500 to 5,500 Megawatts in 2013. Such an enormous gap has led to load-shedding of 12-16 hours across the country. GoP has set a target to reduce the electricity supply-demand gap to zero by 2017. In order to attain such ambitious target, the GoP has been endeavoring to exploit various options to meet the current and future anticipated electricity needs of the country. Biomass resource mapping is one of component of the ongoing renewable energy resource mapping project in Pakistan. The objective of this biomass mapping component is to support the sustainable expansion of electricity generation from biomass. This is fulfilled by providing the national government and provincial authorities in Pakistan, and commercial project developers, with an improved understanding of the location and potential of biomass resources. The present report is the Progress Report on ,Phase 2 Implementation of the Biomass Resource Mapping for Pakistan. It covers the activities carried out in the period from March 1, 2015 to November 30, 2015. The report also includes the revised Work Plan for Phase 3 of the project.




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