Pakistan suffers from an acute energy crisis. Electricity load shedding is on the rise. It is normal to observe electricity outages of up to twelve hours per day in most parts of the country. Sometimes this can be more than that as well. As a solution for this many institutions run oil based electricity generators. It only takes some sensitivity to realize that it is a sheer wastage of a limited amount of a commodity that oil is. An alternative to this is to deploy renewable energy systems all over the country. A good starting point could be to install rooftop solar panels on campuses of academic institutions. This grant proposal is written as a request for monetary funding for this.
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