USPCASE planning an international conference
USPCASE is organizing the International Conference on Sustainable Energy to discuss and address energy challenges in Pakistan
Smart solutions to addressing energy shortages
A USPCAS-E research team develops foundational technology for the smart grid
“Good for Youth, Good for Pakistan” celebrates young Pakistanis
“Good for Youth, Good for Pakistan,” to celebrates young Pakistanis who have achieved personal successes as a result of partnership and support from USAID projects.
USPCAS-E goes on air
The Pakistan Television (PTV) news show 45 Minutes featured the USPCAS-E project on December 15 and 16
On her drawing board: fuel cell solutions
USPCAS-E exchange scholar Afaf Ali has been hard at work conducting research which focuses on the development of a non-platinum catalyst for the fuel reduction reaction in proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFC).
Lights going off turn on scholar’s interest in energy
Mehak Asad, a master’s candidate at UET-P remembers exactly when her scholastic interest began to shift to the world of energy.
Visit to USPCASE center at UET Peshawar
USPCASE Project Director Sayfe Kiaei visits the USPCASE center at UET Peshawar
Empowering off-grid communities
USPCASE applied research projects are focused on finding indigenous energy solutions for communities throughout Pakistan.
USPCASE scholar wants to bring renewable power to under-served communities in Pakistan
The power of policy: use energy to end poverty
USPCASE scholars who study energy policy with Arizona State University Professor Clark Miller are likely to learn this fact about The Grand Canyon State: Some 30 percent of the water used goes to pump, treat, process and deliver water, while more than one-third of that H2O is consumed to produce energy. Called the energy-water nexus,…