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Wind energy cheapest, suitable for Pakistan, say experts -DAWN - National; 07 November, 2002
Dr Asif Qayyum Qureshi, the National Project Coordinator of UNOPS, Dr Suleman Shaikh, the secretary Board of Trustees of SZABIST, Prof Nayyar Alam Zaigham of Karachi University, and Dr Sohail Zaki Farooqui, project advisor of NUST, presented papers on renewable energy initiatives and prospects of wind energy generation in Pakistan.
By: Dr Asif Qayyum Qureshi
...Dr Asif Qayyum Qureshi is currently working with the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) as Chief Technical Advisor and National Project Coordinator for the Ministry of Environment, Government of Pakistan project on Commercialization of Wind Power Potential in Pakistan.Dr Qureshi
specializes in sustainable energy policies, particularly the renewable and sustainable energy model for urban and rural development.He is a member of several national and international organizations including: the Institute of Physics, United Kingdom; Society of Chemistry, United Kingdom; American Chemical Society, United States; and the Pakistan Institute of Physics.He
is also the first Pakistani to be awarded the lifetime title of Chartered Chemist by the Royal Society of Chemistry
, United Kingdom.Dr Qureshi holds a PhD in Energy and Environment from Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland.