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Research at Energy & Environment Engineering Research Group

|Del|P|H|E| Development Partnerships in Higher Education

A project funded through British Council titled “Capacity Building for Urban Water Management” has been launched in 2008 at the Mehran University of Engineering & Technology, Jamshoro, National Centre of Excellence in Analytical Chemistry, Sindh Agriculture University Tandojam and University of Exeter UK. The 3 years project aims at:

  • Establishment of 2-3 pilot scale greywater treatment plants.
  • Strengthen postgraduate Environment Engineering Curricula.
  • Develop nationwide network on UWDM.
  • Organize series of National level training Workshops on Water Demand Management.


Research in Progress at EEERG, Mehran University of Engineering & Technology, Jamshoro

  • Forecasting Energy Demand for Pakistan.

  • Assessment of the Air Pollutants and Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Energy Sector in Pakistan.

  • Potential Contribution of Renewable Energy in Meeting the Energy Demand of Pakistan.

  • Role of Renewable Energy in Socio-Economic Development/Poverty Alleviation in Pakistan.

  • Potential of Renewable Energy for Air Pollution and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Abatement in Pakistan.

  • Prospects of Thar Coal Utilization and Corresponding Socio-economical and Environmental Impacts.

  • Techno-Evaluation of Tidal Power Generation in Pakistan.

  • Techno-Evaluation of Solar Aided Coal-Fired Power Generation in Pakistan.

  • Design and Performance of Solar Water Desalination Units.

  • Design of Solar Lantern for Rural Electrification in Pakistan.

  • Assessment of the current and future power generation sources in Pakistan.

  • Forecasting future power demand in Pakistan under different scenarios.

  • Assessment of the current and future state of power generation technologies in Pakistan.

  • Determine the Least-Cost combination of power generation options for Pakistan, to meet the future power demand, under variety of scenarios.

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