LEAST COST OPTIMIZATION SCENARIOS FOR PAKISTAN ELECTRICITY MARKET

Asim Amjad 1 ; Iqra Ramzan 2 ; Hakeem-Ur-Rehman 3 ; Raza Rafique 4 ; Muhammad Adnan Zahid Chudhery 5 ; Sajjad Ahmad Baig 6 *
1 Institute of Quality and Technology Management, University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.
2 Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Management and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan.
3 Institute of Quality and Technology Management, University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.
4 School of Management and Marketing, Kean University, New Jersey, USA.
5 International Institute of Finance, School of Management, University of Science and Technology of China, Anhui, China.
6 Department of Management Science, National Textile University, Faisalabad, Pakistan.
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Article Id - IJM_12_06_019, Pages : 211-230, Date of Publication : 22, June 2021

DOI: 10.34218/IJM.12.6.2021.019   22 Downloads   233 Views   0 Citation
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Abstract

This study will help to understand environmental, economic and technological effects of renewable energy policies from 2015-2030 by simulating conventional and non-conventional forms of energy. To determine the effect on generation system five scenarios (Coal Only, Hydro Only, Wind Only, Optimization, and CO2 Limit) has been developed and analyzed using Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning (LEAP). It is concluded that by using effective implementation of energy efficiency and other strategies, renewable energy technologies will produce more power than nonrenewable technologies of the generation requirement in Pakistan by 2030. It produces significant environmental and economic benefits as well as enhance the sustainability of Pakistan energy sector.

Keywords

Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning, Electricity Market, Optimization

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Asim Amjad, Iqra Ramzan, Hakeem-Ur-Rehman, Raza Rafique, Muhammad Adnan Zahid Chudhery and Sajjad Ahmad Baig, Least Cost Optimization Scenarios for Pakistan Electricity Market, International Journal of Management (IJM), 12(6), 2021, pp. 211-230 doi: 10.34218/IJM.12.6.2021.019

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Prof. Sanobar Anjum - Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, Saudi Arabia

Er. Deepika Ttiwari - Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, India

Er. Gajendra Naidu.J - ATMA, India

Dr. S.Saiganesh - Dayananda Sagar Business School, India

Dr. Bamrara.A - HNB Garhwal University, India

Dr. N.Shani - Professor, Department of Business Administration, Nehru arts and science college, Coimbatore, India

Dr. T. Manvel Raj - Mohamed Sathak A.J.College of Engineering, India

Dr. Dhanuraj - Management Consultant, India

Prof. Sanobar Anjum - Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, Saudi Arabia

Dr. Deepika Ttiwari - Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, India

Dr. Gajendra Naidu.J - ATMA, India

Dr. S.Saiganesh - Dayananda Sagar Business School, India

Dr. Bamrara.A - HNB Garhwal University, India

Dr. Hari Sundar.G. Ram - Sree Narayana Gurukulam College of Engineering, India

Dr. Anshul Gangele - Institute of Technology & Management, India

Dr. Davinder Sharma - BCIPS, India

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Dr. B.Ravi Kumar - Sree Vidyanikethan Engineering College, India

Dr. Rajesh U Kanthe - BVDU, India

Dr. Swaranjeet Arora - Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore, India

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Dr. Sivanesan R - St.Jerome's College of Arts and Science,Tamilnadu, India

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