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Energy-efficient appliances to help overcome crisis

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Lahore: Energy-efficient appliances can prevent unnecessary use of energy. The manufacturers should use latest techniques and quality raw material to save energy that can be utilized in other domestic and commercial sector.

This was stated by the Chairman IPO-Pakistan Hameed Ullah Jan Afridi MNA while talking to a delegation of traders relating to electrical appliances, who called on him at Islamabad on Tuesday. He underlined the need of fuel consumption in the country which has created a numerous difficulties for different sectors and the permanent solution of energy crunch is the need of hour to meet the demands of industrial as well domestic consumers. He further said that we should adopt and promote renewable sources to minimize the existing pressure on current traditional sources of energy.

Referring to the current situation, the Chairman said that Pakistan is facing severe energy crises however we have adequate resources which could be materialize by implanting suitable projects on emergent basis. He said it is moral and national obligation of all individuals that they should conserve energy by avoiding its misuse.

Hmaeed Ullah Jan Afridi said that there are a number of companies which were investing in energy sector, their products are introduced in markets but unfortunately there brand names and company trademarks have so far been not registered with IPO and that is why their names are being misused by inferior quality producers. He said that IPO is committed to build confidence of investors by protecting IP rights throughout the country and all possible assistance would be provided in connection with registration process.

The delegation members shared different ideas and suggestion to overcome the gigantic issue of energy crises prevailed in the country.

For more information, contact:
Haji Ahmed Malik
Principal Information Officer
Press Information Department (PID)
Tel: +9251 925 2323 and +9251 925 2324
Fax: +9251 925 2325 and +9251 925 2326


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