Pakistan Gets 154 MW of Renewable Energy Projects

Sino Well Private Limited has plans to set up a 50 MW wind farm in Sindh investing $85,4 million in the project. Taking Pakistan on a solar trajectory, four new companies have planned to cumulatively set up 154 MW of renewable energy projects in Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with an investment of $200 million. Sino […]

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Two PV Projects for Pakistan and Brazil Allotted to Siemens

The Bahawalpur PV project in Pakistan will have a generation capacity of 100MW, but is also expected to be expanded to a capacity of 300MW in the near future The two PV projects based out in Brazil and Pakistan has been sanctioned for the installation and the German technology company Siemens has received the contract […]

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Pakistan plans to Shift 20,000 Houses to Solar Energy under Roshan Pakistan Scheme

These houses will switch to solar energy system under Roshan Pakistan Scheme to overcome power crisis in the country. Zahid Muzaffar, Adviser to Prime Minister of Pakistan at a roundtable conference on Thursday said that under the Roshan Pakistan Scheme around 20,000 houses will be shifted to solar energy. These houses will switch to solar energy system […]

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Canada to set up large-scale solar power plant in Balochistan

Canadian Government and Balochistan have signed an agreement to set up solar plants of 1,000MW in different parts of the province. According to local media reports the agreement was signed by Chief Secretary Saifullah Chattah provincial government under special power received through the Pakistan constitution. Under the agreement Canadian firm would establish 20 solar power […]

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Pakistan Parliament to completely run on sun

Socio-eco structures might not have been put on the right place for Pakistan, but, some renewed news floated across media after Pakistan claims to operate its parliament with 100% solar power. Now, this makes Pakistan’s parliament to be the first of its kind in the world to rely entirely on solar power. The initiative was […]

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