KE tree plantation at St. Patrick Cathedral

KARACHI: Under its Plant for Pakistan initiative which emphasizes environmental sustainability through tree plantation, K-Electric organized a tree plantation drive at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, with the newly-appointed Cardinal, His Eminence Joseph Coutts, in attendance. More than 300 plants were distributed and planted at the Cathedral grounds to celebrate Pakistan’s Independence with the message of “Plant for Pakistan.”
Speaking at the occasion, Cardinal Coutts hailed K-Electric’s efforts and stated that, “The planting of trees is a noble act and anyone involved in tree plantation is playing their part in looking after our common home, the Earth. This tree plantation initiative by KE is a step towards a greener Pakistan and we are grateful to them.”
KE spokesperson added that “One of the best ways to celebrate Independence Day is by planting a growing flag. As part of our commitment towards a greener and cleaner Pakistan, we have planted more than 100,000 trees already. We are also collaborating with horticultural experts and social sector partners to create awareness of and facilitate tree plantation.”
KE has also collaborated with other institutions including WWF, NED, Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology and many others under their Plant for Pakistan initiative. In addition, the utility’s Bin Qasim Power Station (BQPS)-II is Pakistan’s first ever ISO 50001 and WWF Green Office certified power plant.
K-Electric also has a dedicated team for energy conservation and actively promotes energy conservation awareness and conducts energy audits per ISO 50001 global standard.

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