Thermal power market Outlook 2025 launched




STAFF REPORT KHI: Thermal Power in Pakistan, Market Outlook to 2025, Update 2015 – Capacity, Generation, Investment Trends, Regulations and Company Profiles" is the latest report from the industry analysis specialists that offer comprehensive information and understanding of the thermal power market.

The report provides an in-depth analysis on global thermal power market with forecasts up to 2025. It analyzes the power market scenario in Pakistan including thermal, nuclear,

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Iran develops thermal block coating using nanotech




MONITORING REPORT ISB: Iran has successfully produced nano-powder that could increase the efficiency of gas engines and turbines when after their coating.

The nanopowder is used as a thermal block in these devices and can be produced through a simple and economical method.

According to details, enhancing the efficiency of space engines and gas turbines requires increase in operational temperature. The inlet turbine temperature for latest aerospace engines and industrial gas

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Apricus, Boutiue Carbon to introduce solar thermal

STAFF REPORT IBD: Apricus Solar Co. Ltd., an manufacturer and supplier of solar hot water solutions to the global market, has signed a MoU with Boutique Carbon (Pvt.) Limited of Pakistan, under which the solar thermal would be introduced in the country in order to resolve the energy crisis."With an energy crisis in Pakistan resulting in daily power blackouts and high cost of diesel and gas, solar thermal has massive potential of providing energy independence and security to many business

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Outsourcing thermal power units ops, repair to multiply cost

STAFF REPORT IBD: The government’s plan to outsource Operations and Maintenance of its thermal units is under question by certain quarters on the ground that it would increase the cost of electricity and while WAPDA has technical capacity to overhaul these plants then why to involve private sector.At present, the public sector owns 10 powerhouses in addition to hydel and other resources. These plants had a generation capacity of over 4800 megawatt but over the years it depleted and presently

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