The U.S.-Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy (USPCAS-E) organized its 3rdNational Stakeholders meeting on Energy in Islamabad.
The consultative meeting was attended by senior officials, Higher Education Commission (HEC), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), industry and the academia.
Led by Arizona State University. Primary objectives of this session were to share the curriculum, ongoing research in the field of energy, and provide a platform to discuss strategies forenergy institutions and universities to enhance cooperation and help address Pakistan’s energy needs.
The USPCAS-E program is a partnership between NUST, UET Peshawar, and ASU focusing on applied research projects relevant to Pakistan’s energy needs.
This initiative is part of USAID’s larger $ 127 million investment that will harness applied research to find innovative and practical solution for Pakistan’s energy and water challenges.