Video Conference to Disseminate Study on “Possible Uses of Crop Residue for Energy Generation Instead of Open Burning” on Monday, 24th May 2021 from 10:00 AM – 11:40 AM PKT (Pakistan Standard Time).
In order to evaluate the potential of crop residue available in SAARC region, for conversion into useful energy and to assess technological options with valid cost benefit analysis; SEC carried out a study on “Possible use of crop residue for energy generation instead of open burning” in 2019. The dissemination of the study report could not be carried out in year 2020 due to COVID 19 pandemic; and is now planned on 24th May 2021 through virtual means.
This video conference will discuss overview of agriculture sector, prevalent disposal methods and technologies to generate energy from crop residue, Energy generation potential for Member States, barriers and challenges for implementation and recommendations. The possible participants of the Video Conference would be relevant ministries, departments, academia/research organizations, associated industry and entrepreneurs.
The participation in the video conference is free and open for everyone. Whereas for registration, please follow the link:
The links to download Concept paper, Provisional agenda, and Guidelines for joining the Video Conference for participants are given below.
- Download Guidelines for Joining Video Conference, Click Here
- Download Video Conference Concept Paper, Click Here
- Download Latest Agenda of the Video Conference, Click Here
Any query and/or clarification may directly be sent to SEC at the following address:
Mr. Ihsanullah Marwat
Research Fellow (Energy Efficiency)
SAARC Energy Centre
Off: +92-51-2228802, Ext: 111
email@example.com, Skype: marwatihsan
Alternate e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org