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Pakistan must act now to resolve its continued debilitating power shortages that are grinding industry to a halt and robbing the population of a basic necessity warns Dr Kamal Munir.
Short-term fixes can resolve Pakistan's power crisis including changing the country's power regulatory regime which was introduced through what Dr Munir terms failed privatisation in the 1990s. Longer term, the fuel mix should be revised with greater roles for solar, wind and hydro, and the harnessing of Pakistan's massive coal reserves.
|Collection:||Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Energy & Environment|
|Publisher:||Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge|
|Copyright:||Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge|