At the National Energy Conference experts hosted by the Institute of Business Management (IoBM) experts brainstormed on feasible and practical solutions to combat the energy problems faced by the country, says a Press Release from IoBM Public Affairs Section. At this conference, organized by IoBM’s College of Engineering Sciences (CES) on Energy Self-sufficiency there was top brass representation from government, private, public and corporate circles.
The conference focussed on engineering and entrepreneurial, professionals, technology providers, investors, students, researchers and academics to explore the entrepreneurial engineering opportunities in renewable and other energy options for resolving the energy crisis of Pakistan. The objective was to stimulate research and development of economically feasible energy solutions for Pakistan for the growth of entrepreneurship in the SME Sector.
The theme highlighted existing research and technology that can be technically and economically feasible for small and medium size engineering entrepreneurs. The goal is to transform the engineering professionals from being job-seekers into job creators. Invited as Chief Guests as per their availability were Syed Asad Ali Shah, Former Adviser Finance, Government of Sindh and Syed Murad Ali Shah, Minister Finance, Government of Sindh. Mr. Talib Karim Recrtor, IoBM welcomed the guests on this occasion.
Such pertinent topics were scheduled as Impact of Energy Crises on National Security, Pakistan on the LNG World Map, Business opportunities in the renewable energy sector and their economic feasibility, Entrepreneurial Engineering Opportunities in Renewable Energy Options, Indigenous Development of Solar Charge Controller for overcoming energy shortage, Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS): An Entrepreneurial Approach of Engineering Education, Renewable Energy: Status, Prospects, Research and Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Pakistan, Moving towards Smart Cities,, Renewable Energy Solutions for Small Business Entrepreneurs, e, Solar Thermal-a viable option for Pakistan, Gas Hydrate- A Potential Energy Resource in the Offshore Areas of Pakistan, Harnessing the Power of Ocean Energy, Quaid-e- Azam Solar Park-the first successful grid connected solar power plant in Pakistan, Streetlights Optimization: A Sustainable Approach, Development and Utilization of Biomass Energy In Pakistan-Lessons Learned, Making Coal based power plants a successful proposition, Observing the Role of Higher Education Institutions in Innovation of New Technologies through Hybrid Formations, Feasibility of Solar Energy Projects Small term vs. Long term, Small size vs. Large size Solutions, Socio-Economic Feasibility of Renewable Energy Alternatives by Factors Matrix, Digital Analysis and Newton –Leibniz Integration Processes, Electricity Generation in Pakistan: Planning for the Future, Global Perspectives on Energy, Energy Solutions: The Way Forward.
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