About Partners

Alternative Energy Development Board

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Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB) is the sole representing agency of the Federal Government that was established in May 2003 with the main objective to facilitate, promote and encourage development of Renewable Energy in Pakistan and with a mission to introduce Alternative and Renewable Energies (AREs) at an accelerated rate. The administrative control of AEDB was transferred to Ministry of Water and Power in 2006. The Government of Pakistan has inter alia mandated AEDB to:-


 

Energy Department, Government of the Punjab


Govt of punjab

Punjab derives its name from the five rivers flowing through the province (Setluj, Beas, Ravi, Chenab and Jhelum). Punjab is the most populous province in Pakistan. It is home to over 90 million people, with 60% of its population rural, depending largely on agriculture. It is situated between 27.40 to 34.01 N. and 69.20 to 75.20 E. longitude & latitude. Literacy rate is 46.6%. Punjab has four distinct seasons and year round sunlight.  Average temperatures from 40 to 45 C.

 


 

German Solar Association 

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With more than 800 member companies, Bundesverband Solarwirtschaft e.V. (German Solar Association) is the interest group of the German solar energy industry. Forming a strong community of companies, BSW-Solar acts as an informant and intermediary between business and the political and public sectors. It represents the common commercial interests of businesses within the solar energy value chain.


 

Pakistan Solar Association

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To protect and promote the solar businesses of its members.

To advise government in development of solar policies and standards.

To create awareness amongst masses abou use of Solar Energy through meetings, seminars, conferences, dialogues and publications.


 

Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH 

 

Supported by GIZ 01

 

Germany and Pakistan have been partners in international cooperation for more than 54 years. GIZ has been working in Pakistan on behalf of the German Government, mainly the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the Federal Foreign Office (AA), since the bilateral agreement was signed in 1972, and has maintained a country office in Pakistan since 1990. With a total of 16 projects and programmes at present, the Pakistan portfolio is one of GIZ’s largest worldwide.

 


 

German Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries

 

GPCCI

 

GPCCI is a non profit organisation and recognized Trade and Investment promotion association servicing German and Pakistani industries, under close cooperation with: DIHK/AHK Association | Foreign Office | Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs | Pakistan & German Diplomacy

 

Supported by GIZ 01

 


GPCCI


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bsw

Govt of punjab

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