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Energy Crisis in Pakistan

Origins, Challenges, and Sustainable Solutions
Muhammad Asif
Foreword by Muhammad Yunus
The book primarily aims to educate various stakeholders of society on the subject of energy in a wider context of the energy crisis facing Pakistan. In this backdrop, it examines the role of the policy and decision-making circles, energy departments, industry, and academia. Having discussed the structure and implications of the crisis, it presents policy guidelines and provides a set of robust solutions to achieve energy prosperity in the country.
Author Description

Dr Muhammad Asif is a chartered engineer and is currently a lecturer at the Glasgow Caledonian University. His areas of expertise include renewable energy, energy conservation and management, energy policy, energy security, and sustainable development. He has over fifty research publications to his credit and sits on a number of international energy policy forums.

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ISBN 9780195478761
Weight in kg 0.496
Rights World
Year of Publication 2011
Binding Hardback
Pages 278 pages