USPCAS-E: The Power of Collaboration Realized
As we close out the USAID-funded portion of the project, we reflect on the project’s many successes.
This start-up founder wants to help her fellow Pakistanis realize their full potential
Samia Subhan Qureshi is committed to finding efficient energy solutions for her country so that everyone can realize their full potential.
Growing up off-grid inspired this engineer to improve access to energy and energy-related employment
Zeeshan Saeed’s first-hand experience with severe energy shortages and an overall lack of energy availability shaped his future.
Building a Network of Energy Engineers for Pakistan’s Future
Sara Sultan is on a mission to improve energy efficiency and to create opportunity and connection for students in Pakistan.
Curiosity fuels this engineer’s drive to realize a renewable energy future for Pakistan
It was a long road to a Ph.D. program, but M. Ahsan says curiosity drove him to pursue engineering.
This engineer put renewable energy knowledge to work
Amir Nangyal built his solar energy system after his first semester of study.
USPCAS-E equips Pakistani communities with the latest technologies in fruit drying using renewable energy
Dr. Suhail Zaki’s brought solar technology to the fruit drying process in his applied research project.
Single-minded focus drives this engineer toward a renewable future
Noman Khan has a single-minded focus when it comes to clean energy: “It’s simple: We need clean energy.”
Research Q&A: Improving Pakistan’s Power Distribution Network
Assistant Professor Arsalan Habib Khawaja’s applied research focused on fault detection systems for power distribution networks.
Following her heart to a sustainable energy future
“This energy crisis can only be reduced by relying on clean energy technologies.”