In this edition of Futurology, we delve into the beating heart of Pakistan’s energy industry – Lahore. This vibrant city is home to a myriad of companies, each playing a vital role in both the local and global energy landscape. From advanced energy materials to clean energy solutions and even to oil and gas, these Lahore-based companies actively contribute to a greener, more sustainable environment while creating opportunities for economic growth and innovation. Let’s take a closer look.
Operating out of Lahore, these companies span multiple sub-industries within the overarching energy sector; touching upon advanced materials, building material, clean energy, cleantech, green building, green consumer goods, greentech, sustainability, waste management, and water. They showcase not only the breadth of the energy industry within Lahore but also the diversity of the solutions being developed.
These companies are reshaping the landscape of the energy industry. In years to come, the solutions and technology invested and developed by these enterprises could very well change the way the world consumes, manages, and thinks about energy. Let’s dig deeper into the work these companies are doing and how they’re impacting the energy game.
Co-founded by Ali Khursheed, Aabshar is revolutionizing water management with patent-pending products that can save up to 98% of water used through taps. The company’s dedication towards sustainable use of water positions it strongly within the cleantech and waste management sectors. Building on green consumer goods and sustainable practices, it’s making considerable strides in water use efficiency. You can find Aabshar on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Hi-Tech Lubricants emerged in 1997, initially marketing imported lubricants from South Korea. Its role in educating the local market about synthetic lubricants has placed it well within the chemical, energy, marketing, and oil and gas sectors. Keep up with their latest developments on their Facebook page.
Founded by Naveed Arshad, NeuBolt is an innovative renewable energy supplier for Electric Vehicles (EVs). Its work with electric vehicle and battery manufacturers is set to significantly impact the automotive, battery, and energy efficiency sectors. NeuBolt can be found on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO) provides electricity and quality customer services to the communities they serve. Their potential lies in public-private partnerships, and they can be followed on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Japan Power Generation Limited has a strong footing within the energy and power grid sectors, providing power to WAPDA through their diesel-powered generator sets.
Green Cloud operates within the franchise, industrial manufacturing, renewable energy, solar, and sustainability sectors. Follow them on Facebook.
PITCO is carving their niche in consulting, energy, environmental consulting, environmental engineering, and the power grid industry. Follow them on LinkedIn.
Jaan Pakistan, an award-winning social startup, is dedicated to researching and manufacturing affordable energy solutions for low-income communities across Pakistan. Connect with them on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
In conclusion, these Lahore-based energy companies are depicting a vibrant and diverse energy landscape, and propelling not just Pakistani, but global energy industry towards a future of innovation, sustainability, and prosperity. Their collective efforts have positioned Lahore as a major player within the global energy arena.