AS the situation stands today, there are hardly any immediate solutions to resolve the issue. A change of life style is the utmost requirement at the national level which should be ignited by the ruling class and followed by all segments of the society that have access to electricity. Setting up rental power plants has already created a fuss with regard to its sustainability and the economic aspect. Even today the thermal installed capacity accounts for 64 percent of the total installed capacity. The hydro-electricity accounts today for around 26 percent which was around 45 percent according to 1990-91 fiscal year. Analysis of the last 20 years with respect to electricity generation the overall scheme of the government can be pasted to its short-sightedness. Government only tried to cater the needs of their ruling years promoting the business of thermal power plants that have high operating cost. Whenever there has been a hue and cry about the energy short-fall, electricity corruption also marks its spot. The problem lies with the centralized structure of the Wapda and other electricity supply companies as well. The proposal is to devolve the power for not only better administration but for efficient results as well. The less an institution handle electricity the less would be the effect of corruption on it and the better the results would be. With reference to the report by AEDB-GTZ on Hydropower Promotion Programme (HPP), small hydro-electricity projects ranging from 1MW to 36MW, 25 sites have been recommended for HPP that will generate 383.80MW at the cost of $864.91 million. Although it will not certainly reduce the shortfall but the better management of these assets are the real cause. At some time, these projects will be done but if they are done in the same conventional way, then the same electricity theft and other matters will arise. If these 383.80 MW are managed in an efficient manner these would lead to the construction of a road that leads us to an energy efficient state. The proposal involves the following steps: Private investment on these recommended 25 sites. Installation of MHPs on them. Devolving of Power Management System for these sites. Private investment on these recommended 25 sites: Due to the present economic conditions of the country the best option is to attract the private investment by giving them their just share so that the company could achieve its possible minimum attractive rate of return. Although the first-time cost on these projects is greater than the RPPs but still the operating cost does not vary as the fuel prices increases as the former is on hydro-electricity. Installation of MHPs will take almost 5-12 months depending upon the working site. The rental power plants take around 4-6 months as the order is placed. The power management of these MHPs should not be integrated with the main power supply authority but should be disintegrated in a manner so that their energy generation should be site specific. If a 10MW project in Marali-Ravi Link Area :RD 237+249 is set up, then the power beneficiaries should be the people of the nearby areas like Narowal that is approximately 15 km to the site. This will not only increase the efficiency of the system due to the local support but will also reduce in electricity theft.