Socio-Economic implications of Energy Crises on Rural based Factory Workers in Faisalabad Pakistan

Kashif Hamid, Umar Draz, Usama Khalid, Ghulam Murtaza

Abstract


The current shortfall of electricity is up to 6700 megawatt. In 2014 the demand of gas is 8 billion CFD and shortage is 6 billion CFD. The gap between demand and supply resulted in load shedding, overloaded infrastructure, power losses, and capacity shortfalls. So energy crisis create social and economical problems now a days.


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