In a country where the electricity supply is not reliable and has been subject to outages of up to 18 hours, renewable energy is becoming more popular. These NGOs are making a difference by helping with the installation of solar panels on rooftops or raising awareness about clean cooking stoves.

The Solar Energy Society Pakistan (SESP) was founded in 2009 by a group of young Pakistani professionals from diverse backgrounds who shared an interest in promoting sustainable development through solar power as well as other forms of renewable energy. In just over five years, SESP has grown into one of the largest voluntary organizations dedicated to harnessing solar power for use throughout Pakistan. Today they have installed over 7,000 photovoltaic systems across the country.

NGOs in Pakistan are now looking for alternative renewable energy. This is because of the high cost of electricity and fuel. The government has imposed taxes on fossil fuels after environmental damage was observed through global warming. NGOs are now trying to help people understand that they can use alternate sources of energy, such as solar power, to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels which cause pollution.


NGO’s in Pakistan are now looking for alternative renewable energy because of the high cost of electricity and fuel due to environmental damage caused by global warming via increased pollution taxes that have been placed on fossil fuels by the government. These NGO’s hope that through helping people understand how they can use alternative sources like solar power it will reduce their reliance on these more polluting forms of energy generation.

List of NGOs working on zero carbon, renewable energy sources and systems in Pakistan

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Name and WebsiteActive SincePostal AddressWork Overview / Comments
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renewable energy society logoPAKISTAN RENEWABLE ENERGY SOCIETY (PRES) Islamabad, PakistanWork focus is Renewable energy technologies.
energy foundation pakistanEnergy Foundation Pakistan House # 77-A,
Street – 45,
Sector F-10/4,
Islamabad
PakistanTel + 92 51 210 0945
 
pakistan domestic biogas logoPakistan Domestic Bio gas programme House No.7, Street 49, F-6/4 Islamabad, Pakistan.
Tel: 00-92-51-2829141,2829556,
Working under RSPN.
research ngo pakistanRenewable Energy Society for Education, Awareness, Research & Community Help (RESEARCH) House # 24 C-1, Sultan Colony, Street 94, I-8/4, Islamabad, Pakistan. Phone: +92(0)51-4446651-2; 051-4866011Awareness, research and implementation of projects relating to alternative energy sources.
saarc energy center logoSAARC Energy Centre2006House No. 697, Street No. 43, Sector E-11/4, NPF,Islamabad, PakistanTel +92 – 51 – 222 8802 & 04 
eco conservation pakistanECI-Eco Conservation Initiatives1999Eco-Conservation Initiatives (ECI)
718, Street No.82, I-8/4 (GPO Box 2888), Islamabad – 44000
Tel – +92-51-4446362
Ecological conservation projects that involve community participation.
renewable alternative energy association pakistanREAP-Renewable & Alternative Energy Association of Pakistan 
Plot 140
Street 9, I-10/3
Industrial Area,
Islamabad, Pakistan
Tel: +92-51-4100084-85
Goal of making pakistan self reliant in energy sector by utilizing renewable energy.
solarization welafare organization ngoSWO-SOLARIZATION WELFARE ORGANIZATION KARACHI PAKISTANFocused on implementation and research on solar energy technology.
     

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