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Share with:  Mujtaba Haider Khan is the CEO for Reon Energy Limited, the largest industrial solar solutions provider in Pakistan. Reon is a part of Dawood Hercules Group. Mujtaba took over the company reins in October 2016 and has managed

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    Share with:  Reon Energy chief executive officer Mujtaba Haider Khan has proposed that government should establish Rural Electrification Board and assign it to electrify 60 million off-grid rural inhabitants, which

    Share with:  Mujtaba Haider Khan is the CEO for Reon Energy Limited, the largest industrial solar solutions provider in Pakistan. Reon is a part of Dawood Hercules Group. Mujtaba took

    Share with:  The government should arrange bank financing for users to install solar power plants at residential, commercial and industrial level, suggested CEO Reon Energy Inam-ur-Rahman, here on Monday. Talking

    Share with:  The chief executive officer of the Reon Energy has said the solar power is the ultimate solution for producing cheap electricity to reduce the high costs of power

    Share with:  KARACHI:Following the change in technology dynamics, the cellular business sector has come up with a new concept for IT towers. So far more than 10 companies have acquired

    Share with:  KARACHI: ‘Distributed’ power generation, a befitting response to infrastructure deficit and high energy cost, is gaining popularity in Pakistan’s industrial and commercial setups as it entails production near

    Share with:  Inam ur Rahman CEO, Dawood Hercules Co. Ltd. Some amazing stuff has happened in the world of renewable energy. Almost a month ago, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

    Share with:  Samir AhmadManager- New Business Ventures Pakistan’s total generation capacity in 2015 was between 23000 MW to 24000 MW, out of which 66 % was thermal based, 30% was

    Share with:  What is the significance of a one-degree Celsius rise or fall in temperature? It is not a minor difference. It is the difference between ice and water; between

    Share with:  Pakistan has been struggling for decades to manage crises from infrastructure issues to rooted corruption to rampant terrorism. While our department and authorities try to get a handle

    ENERGY
    TRAVELOGUE

    The Travelogue explores the energy challenges, aspirations, shortcuts and solutions adopted by businesses, and individuals alike in both rural/urban set-ups to meet their energy needs. The Travelogue also highlighted an accelerated trend towards renewable energy adoption.

    The journey across Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit Baltistan was made in collaboration with the Biker Girl of Pakistan.View More

     
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