National Energy Efficiency and Conservation Policy 2023...Read more
- November 02, 2023
The National Energy Efficiency & Conservation Authority (NEECA) is an Authority established under the Ministry of Energy (Power Division) and serves as a federal focal agency mandated for initiating, catalyzing and coordinating all Energy Conservation activities in different sectors of economy.
To steer Pakistan towards a culture of conservation and efficient use of energy resources to achieve sustainable development....
The National Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (NEECA) is leading the way with pioneering initiatives that aim to tackle the pressing energy consumption and emissions challenges in the transport industry...
Pakistan is undergoing a significant shift towards urbanization, with millions of people expected to live in urban centers by 2023. This rapid urban growth means a surge in construction activities....
The industrial sector, being the largest consumer of energy, presents a lucrative landscape for businesses to enhance their competitiveness, reduce costs, and tap into the global demand for competitive industrial products....
The National Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (NEECA) is committed to transforming the power industry by promoting energy efficiency and sustainable practices. This article explores the challenges faced by the power sector in Pakistan...
Did you know that the agriculture sector accounts for 1.5% of total final energy consumption in Pakistan? However, as mechanized practices become more prevalent...
Capturing insightful moments at the Pakistan Pavilion, COP28! Dive into the dynamic panel discussion on the importance of long-term energy planning for a green transition.
Green Financing: Implication for the Energy Efficiency
NEECA organized an Energy talk on " Energy Efficiency Potential in Gas Sector and Winter Gas Load Management: Way Forward (Domestic)".
Energy Efficiency Standard & Labeling (EES&L) programs have been successfully implemented in many countries, bringing significant impacts in terms of availability of higher quality energy efficient products in the market and subsequent reduction in energy consumption. NEECA is closely working with various key stakeholders i.e. Ministry of Science & Technology, and manufacturers of various appliances and development partners which has formed the basis for launch of first Energy Labeling Scheme in the country in July, 2016.
A meeting was held with the NAMA Working Group members to discuss "Decarbonizing of the Textile Manufacturing Sector in Pakistan" at PC Bhurban MurreeRead More
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