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Energy Department


Company Information

  • Total Jobs 6 Jobs
  • Category Energy Department
  • Location Lahore
  • Address Energy Department 8th Floor EFU House Jail Road, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, Pakistan

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Punjab with a population of 93 million is the largest province of Pakistan and contributes 60 % of the GDP. It has a large industrial base with more than 48,000 units. There is a growing unmet demand for energy which offers an opportunity for investments in power generation projects based on various indigenous sources:

Policy and Institutional Framework

Punjab Power Generation Policy – Government of Punjab has developed and enabled a power policy to facilitate investment in this vital sector. Punjab Power Policy 2009 provides a framework for the development of power plants in both the public and private sectors as well as for joint venture projects. The policy is intended to promote all types of technologies including hydel, coal, solar, wind, and biomass. Hydel projects in the private sector would be implemented on Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (BOOT) basis while other projects in the private sector can be established on either a BOOT basis or on Build-Own-Operate (BOO) basis.


Power generation companies are allowed to import plants and equipment at 5% duty (0% for renewable energy) with an exemption on sales tax. Other incentives include income tax exemption for life, full repatriation of profit plus investment, international arbitration awards enforceable under law, the hydrological risk borne by the government, minimum 15% ROE guaranteed net of taxes (US$ based).

Punjab Power Development Board

The Punjab Power Development Board (PPDB) has been established as “One Window Facilitator” to promote and encourage private sector’s participation in the power sector.

The Government of Punjab has established Punjab Power Development Company (PPDCL), a government owned company registered with the Security Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), to develop power projects in public sector as well as in public-private partnership mode.

Enlisted below are the following procedure by which we can subjugate or overcome the lack of electricity:

Oil & Gas

The blocks are available for bidding in Punjab for local and international Oil & Gas Exploration Companies. Read More


Punjab derives its name from the five rivers flowing through the province (Sutlej, Beas, Ravi, Chenab and Jhelum). Punjab is home to over 90 million people. Location: 27. 40°/ to 34.01° N and 69.20°/ to 75.20° E latitude & longitude. The installed electricity generation capacity is approximately 21,000 MW, presently out of which 6,599 MW comes from hydropower. The identified hydropower potential in the country is approximately 41,722 MW. Read More


Coal resources of Punjab are mainly found in the Salt Range of Punjab. A study by M/s Snowden Australia has indicated 595 million tons coal reserves in Punjab. These reserves are mainly located in four districts, namely Jhelum, Chakwal, Khushab and Mianwali, and have the potential to generate 3,700 MW for 30 years. The coal field covers an area of about 260 sq. km. between Khushab, Dandot in Chakwal and Jhelum district of the Punjab. Coal seams vary in thickness from 0.3 meter to 1.5 meter with an average thickness of 0.75 meters.


Punjab is the largest province of Pakistan, home to over 90 million people. It is located between 27. 40°/ to 34.-01° N and 69-20°/ to 75-20° E latitude & longitude. The installed power capacity of Pakistan is around 21,000 MW. Country is facing power shortfall ranging from 3,000 to 5,000 MW. Punjab being the most populous province, consumes 68% of generated national power and the annual demand growth is 6-8%.

Other Renewables

Bio fuels include both biomass and biogas (methane) produced from biodegradable waste, or by the use of crop or animal waste. Punjab’s agriculture and livestock sector produces an abundant amount of biomass in the form of crop residue and animal waste. Municipal solid waste produced by a large urban population is also available to produce usable methane gas or electricity. Biomass is considered to be one of the key renewable resources of the future at both small and large scale levels. It already supplies 14% of the world’s primary energy consumption.\

  • Monitor and administrative control on the work of Electric Inspectors, Lahore and Multan. All technical matters including court cases relating to the offices of Electric Inspectors
  • Electrical accidents in connection with generation, transmission, distribution and use of electric energy
  • Standardization of specifications in respect of Electric Appliances, Machinery & Installations
  • Matters connected with distribution of Power and Area Electricity Boards
  • Acquisition, revocation or amendment of Licenses of Electric Supply Undertaking and approval of loads
  • Regulation controlling and granting Electrical Contractor Licenses, Supervisors Competency Certificate and other matters connected with Licensing Board Lahore and Multan
  • Matters connected with village electrification including formulation and devising criterion for selection of villages
  • Matters connected with Tube-well electrification
  • Matters relating to the following entities:
    • Punjab Power Development Board
    • Punjab Power Development Company
    • Quaid-e-Azam Solar Power Company (Pvt.) Ltd.
    • Quaid-e-Azam Thermal Power Company (Pvt.) Ltd.
    • Punjab Energy Holding Company
    • Quaid-e-Azam Wind Power Company
    • Punjab Coal Power Company Ltd.
    • Punjab Renewable Energy Company Ltd.
  • All relevant matters under Articles 157, 158 and 161 of the constitution and policy making for the province in respect there of
  • Development of power generation using hydel, thermal and renewable energy resources
  • Monitoring electricity tariff in Punjab
  • All matters pertaining and auxiliary to hydel power stations of WAPDA or any other public/private sector agency located in Punjab
  • Close coordination with the Federal Government in respect of grant of licenses for oil and gas exploration in Punjab and cooperation with such companies and organizations undertaking such ventures in Punjab
  • Conservation of energy
  • Market segmentation based on purchasing power and electricity consumption
  • Off-grid distributed power generation
  • Promotion of energy efficiency through appliance regulation, building codes, urban design and other means
  • Energy innovations
  • Public private partnerships for energy production, conservation, efficiency & audit
  • Coordination and reconciliation with Federal Government on electricity charges
  • Distribution network authorization for new housing societies
  • Development of a power policy for Punjab
  • Award of power projects in Punjab to national and foreign private sector companies
  • Review and updation of regulatory framework to promote fast-track investment in energy projects, budget, accounts and audit matters
  • Purchase of stores and capital goods for the department
  • Service matters except those entrusted to Services and General Administration Department
  • Matters incidental and ancillary to the above subjects


“To enhance the energy capacity of Punjab and fuel economic growth, by creating an environment that meets the energy demands of all sectors through sustainable and affordable energy mix and its efficient use”