A workshop conducted on renewable energy project, entitled as ‘Introducing Renewable Energy Solutions to Enhance Energy Security and Build Climate Resilience in Karachi ‘on 10th April that features the alliance between energy sanctuary and climate change.
Environmental experts called for shifting from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources as fossil fuels were the prevalent cause of carbon emissions, which resulted in climate change.
Dr Babar Khan, the Worldwide Fund for Nature-Pakistan regional head for Sindh and Balochistan, stressed out the need for promoting substitute and renewable energy solutions in Karachi to assemble the mounting energy demands of the metropolitan.
Zehra Mehdi, deputy director sustainability management at KE spoke at the event that the power utility was determined to promote renewable energy resources in the city and had also generated 50 megawatts of renewable energy in this connection.
Muhammad Ibrahim Jat from Rehri said shifting to biogas helped save momentous amount of wood and cooking time of women as well as abridged their exposure to smoke.
Hamera Aisha, WWF-Pakistan project manager, said a total of 1,650 home-based solar units were provided to people in 27 off-grid villages of Gadap Town and Mauripur under the project.
Keeping in line, the environmental experts proficient solutions to overcome the rising issue by shifting to renewable energy sources as to take away Pakistan from the list of most venerable country affected by global warming.