National Energy Conservation Fund (ECF)

History of Company

•      Fuel Efficiency in Road Transport Sector (FERTS) project was funded by Global Environmental Facility (GEF) with U.S. $ 7.0 million grant. The project was implemented by UNDP in conjunction with the ENERCON being the focal agency on behalf of Govt. of Pakistan. 

•   FERTS established 50 Tune-up Canters, carried out 15 special studies, training of 1100 auto mechanics and 900 prospective entrepreneurs through 40 workshops in major cities of Pakistan and under took a phased out media campaign during its currency and also under took information and out reach activities.

•     One of the mandates of FERTS was to establish a Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) with the seed money of US $ 3 Million out of the total grant of US $ 7 Million by GEF. Therefore, ECF was registered as a corporate body with Security & Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), Islamabad on  January 11, 2002. Thereafter the fund amounting to US $ 3 Million was converted into Pak Rupees and parked with ECF.

Legal status of the company

•        The Company is Limited by Guarantee not having share capital and is formed not for profit within the meaning of Section 42 of the Companies Ordinance, 1984.

•         Company is governed by its Articles of Association in line with the Companies Ordinance, 1984.

Objectives / Business of the Company

The main objective of the Company is “energy conservation through energy efficiency, use of alternative economical nonpolluting energy, better maintenance techniques for all types of vehicles, equipment, devices, machinery in use in Pakistan”

•       Other objectives of the Company are elaborated in the Memorandum of Association, filed with SECP, consisting of 30 clauses covering major aspects of energy conservation activities.

•        The scope of ECF was previously limited to the leasing / financing of vehicle tune-up equipment however the BOD, ECF in its 24th BOD meeting decided to enhance the scope of ECF and included all energy conservation initiatives under the mandate of ECF. However all such endeavors need to be approved by BOD, ECF before execution by ECF.

Members  / Board Of Directors

There were nine members of the Company and as many Directors with following break up:

(1)  Secretary Ministry of Water & Power  Chairman/Director

(2)  Secretary Finance Division  Member/Director

(3)  Secretary Economic Affairs Division  Member/Director

(4)  Managing Director ENERCON  Member/Director

(5)  Financial Expert from civil society  Member/Director

(6)  Representative of reputable NGO  Member/Director

(7)  Private sector expert Member/Director

(8)  Environmental Specialist with  Member/Director capacity in energy


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