Ministry of Water and Power (Pakistan)

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Pakistan Ministry of Water and Power
State emblem of Pakistan.svg
Seal of Government of Pakistan
Agency overview
Formed August 14, 1947; 69 years ago (1947-08-14)
Jurisdiction Pakistan
Headquarters Islamabad, Pakistan
Agency executives
Website Official Website

The Ministry of Water and Power is a federal ministry in Pakistan. The ministry is headed by the Minister for Water and Power. Abid Sher Ali is the current minister.

Companies/ Divisions[edit]

Water and Power Development Authority[edit]

National Transmission And Despatch Company[edit]

NTDC is a limited company established in 1998. The main function of company is to purchase electric power from generation companies and then sells to distribution companies.[1]

Federal Flood Commission[edit]

The Federal Flood Commission (FFC) is an agency within the Ministry that was created in 1977 in response to severe flooding by the Indus River. The FFC has been charged to execute flood control projects and protect lives and property from the impact of floods. By 2010 the FFC had received Rs 87.8 billion since its inception, and its own documents demonstrate that numerous projects were initiated, paid for, and seemingly completed. However, after the devastating 2010 Pakistan floods the agency has been severely criticized as apparently very little actual work had been done on the ground and it was accused of ineffectiveness and corruption. [2]

Private Power and Infrastructure Board[edit]

The Private Power and Infrastructure Board (PPIB) was created in 1994 to promote private sector participation in the power sector of Pakistan.[3] PPIB facilitates investors in establishing private power projects and related infrastructure, executes Implementation Agreement (IA) with Project Sponsors and issues sovereign guarantees on behalf of government.[4][5]

Alternative Energy Development Board[edit]

See also[edit]


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  2. ^ Ahmadani, Ahmad (19 August 2010). "Heavily funded FFC fails to deliver". The Nation (Pakistan). Retrieved 2 June 2012. 
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