KE Introduces Eco friendly Bill to Address Climate Change

Karachi: K-Electric (KE) has taken a step to address climate change by introducing its new “Hara bill”.

KE introduced an environmentally friendly bill from this month in November. The idea of the environmentally friendly bill is to prevent over 92 tonnes of paper-based waste from entering Karachi’s landfills.

This will also preserve over 4200 trees, and over 265 million litres of water on an annual basis.

KE CEO Moonis Alvi remarked, “Our new green bill perfectly embodies KE’s ethos and philosophy on sustainability and represents an extensive design and process evaluation effort. This bill is a concrete and immediate step to conserve existing resources and lower our carbon footprint. In parallel, our future plans are geared towards achieving 30 by 30 – 30% renewable generation by the year 2030.”

This step was much-needed at a time when the world prepares for COP27 and reevaluates its alignment with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), this new bill provides an opportunity for responsible consumption and production (SDG 12), takes urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts (SDG 13), and protects terrestrial ecosystems (SDG 15).

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