Chinese company will provide more solar panels to Pakistan for roof to help ease power shortage.

Chinese company to provide more solar panels to Pakistan

During summers, many areas in Pakistan suffered prolonged power outages, driving up people’s demand for solar panels on roof. In the future, we will focus on the distributed solar power in Pakistan, providing more solar panels on roof for residents as well as industrial and commercial buildings”, said Mr. Li Xiaopeng, Regional Sales Manager of Longi Solar in an interview with China Economic Net (CEN). Solar panels to Pakistan, The Chinese solar giant, which has rolled out the first one-stop solar solution in its home country, has signed an MoU with the largest bank in Pakistan HBL to provide financial support to potential solar panel users. Responding to the recent flood in Pakistan, Mr. Li said the company is planning to provide assistance to locals through free distribution of clean drinking water and solar systems. “In addition, we are working with our Pakistani partners to donate a 20KW solar energy system to a local school for the hearing-impaired. We will also roll out a scholarship program in Lahore this month to cover the tuition fee of 20 primary school students for a year”,

As more extreme weather occurs, the company is adapting its products to the aggravating climate change, such as the operation and maintenance of solar devices under high temperature, which haunted Pakistan this summer, alert of extreme weather conditions, and methods to protect the solar devices when flood hits. Recently, the company supplied nearly 50MW of solar modules to BESTWAY Cement, solar panels to Pakistan, Pakistan’s second-largest cement manufacturer. Up to now, the equipment at Farooqia, Chakwal, KalarKahar, and Hattar plants have been installed. After they are connected to the grid, it is expected to generate 77GWh of electricity a year and reduce nearly 600,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions. “Pakistan will add 3,000 MW of wind power and 7,000 MW of photovoltaic capacity by 2030 to meet its target of generating 25% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2025 and 30% by 2030. Undoubtedly, we will see a very strong demand for new energy in Pakistan in the future. We are working with Pakistani partners to propel the country into the Gigawatt Era in terms of solar usage”,

Source: This news is originally published by dailytimes

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