Webinar on motor design, selection, operation, and assessment on 25th May, 2017 at 10 AM PST

Current Status of Pakistan Energy label Fans

Advertisement & Tender Document "Design,Supply,Installation,Testing & Commissioning of On-Grid Solar Power System"

Current Status of Pakistan Energy label Fans

Meeting on Developing Comprehensive Energy Efficiency Criteria for inclusion in PC-1s

International Energy Efficiency Webinar December 20, 2016 at 10 AM

Stakeholder meeting with fan manufacturers and associations

Energy Audit in Industries/Buildings has been started

International Energy Efficiency Webinar December 20, 2016 at 10 AM

Facilitation of Establishment of Public Complaints Resolution Mechanism

Consultants Required

Consultative Meeting with all Provinces,Gilgit-Baltistan and AJK Energy Department

3rd Joint Meeting on Developing Comprehensive Energy Efficiency Criteria for inclusion in PC-1s

EnergyLabel Authorization Certificate Distribution Ceremony at Ministry of Water and Power on Wednesday 27-7-16 at 2:30 pm

President of Pakistan assented the National Energy Efficiency & Conservation Bill 2016

Bid Document GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE of ECF

Auction of Vehicle

PENSIONER’S CELL

ANNUAL PROCUREMENT PLAN FOR 2015-16

National Energy Efficiency and Conservation Bill 2015 presented in National Assembly on 18 Feb 2016

Meeting with US Department of Energy (DOE) delegation on 10 Feb 2016

Meeting with US Department of Energy (DOE) delegation on 9 Feb 2016

Sessions Conducted in Beacon House, Peshawar Road for Girls and Boys on 20th January, 2016

MOU between ENERCON(MoWP) & PSQCA(MoST)

National Energy Efficiency & Conservation Awards 2015-2016

Meeting with Telecommunication Companies to Discuss shifting of Telecommunication Towers on Solar Energy

3rd Stakeholders Workshop on Energy Efficient Lighting is going to be held on 21st December 2015 at PC Hotel LAHORE

Expression For Interest (EOI) for Detailed Energy Audits of Industrial Units and Building.10-12-2015

Meeting of the Selective Task Force members for Developing Compliance Handbook of the building Code on 8-12-15 at 11:00 am

2nd Stakeholders Workshop on ENERCON-UNEP Project

36th Board Of Directors (BOD) Meeting and 14th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of ECF

ENERGY EFFICIENT HOUSING REPORT

LAUNCH OF BEC ON 12 TH FEB, 2014

1st Stakeholders Workshop on Efficient Lighting Project

NAMA Guidebook

Promotional Material


Domestic Consumers

GAS CONSUMERS:

  • Minimize the use of heaters
  • Use solar panel geysers
  • Turn on geyser only in the morning
  • Repair gas leakages immediately
  • Switch off the stove after use
  • Use pressure cookers as much as possible
  • Use lids to cover the pans while cooking
  • Bring items taken out of refrigerators (like vegetables, milk etc) to room temperature before placing on the gas stove for heating

ELECTRICITY CONSUMERS:

General Guidelines

  • Shift use from peak times. For example, fill the water tank in the early mornings. Avoid ironing during the evenings. Time of use meters are being installed throughout the country and soon consumers will pay more for electricity in peak time. Beginning to change your behavior now, will help the country avoid load shedding and soon will reduce your energy bill.
  • Look for energy efficient appliances when replacing an existing appliance

Lighting

  • The first, most important, measure is to simply turn off the lights when you leave a room
  • Use daylight to the maximum
  • Compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) can be four times as efficient as traditional bulbs. So when replacing lights, upgrade to CFLs or replace a 40W tube light with a 32W conventional regulators with electronic regulators for ceiling fans
  • Dust lighting fixtures to maintain illumination

Cooling

  • Replace conventional regulators with electronic regulators for ceiling fans
  • Operate the ceiling fan along with your window air conditioner to spread the cooled air more effectively throughout the room and operate the air conditioner at higher temperature
  • Install exhaust fans at a higher elevation than ceiling fans
  • Use sun films, curtains or outside use chicks to block the sun
  • ACs are one of the biggest contributors summer time power failures. If fan and AC are used together, the temperature can easily be lowered to 24oC
  • Plant trees or shrubs to shade air-conditioning units but not to block the airflow. A unit operating in the shade uses as much as 10% less electricity than the same one operating in the sun
  • Use the roof as a garden. This will reduce the need to cool the house and lower the energy bill
  • When purchasing a new AC, look for one that is energy efficient and has an automatic temperature shut off .
  • When purchasing a new fan, look for one that is energy efficient