Chinese Company Will Provide More Free Solar Panels To Help Pakistan Cope With Power Shortage

In order to assist Pakistan, which is now experiencing a severe energy and natural disaster crisis, the Chinese solar energy giant LONGi Green Energy Technology Co. Ltd will deploy additional commercial solar power plants as well as solar panels domestically. LONGi has reportedly inked an MoU with HBL, perhaps the largest bank in Pakistan, to assist potential solar panel customers, according to a report from China Economic Net (CEN) published on Monday.

In an interview with CEN, Mr. Li Xiaopeng, Regional Sales Manager of Longi Solar, stated;

“As summer arrived, many parts of Pakistan had protracted power outages, which increased demand for solar panels installed on roofs. In the future, we’ll concentrate on distributing solar energy in Pakistan and put additional solar panels on people’s rooftops.

In the hopes of repairing some damage and assisting the flood victims to at least survive this disastrous occurrence, the company will also contribute to the delivery of clean water and solar systems to the impacted populations. Mr. Li stated to CEN;

“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”

The company is modifying its goods to cope with climate change as more severe climatic changes are on the horizon, including techniques to safeguard solar devices from flooding and the operation and maintenance of solar devices under high temperatures alert of harsh weather conditions.

In addition, Xiaopeng anticipated that Pakistan would be able to overcome the annual electricity shortage by increasing its production of renewable energy sources like solar, water, and wind. Making this a reality will require a significant contribution from China. Many Chinese businesses are currently operating in Pakistan, particularly in the solar energy sector, and it appears that Xiaopeng’s prediction may eventually come to pass. Xiaopeng also said;

“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 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”

To fulfil its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), another Chinese business, Zonergy, established a commercial solar system in a tiny Punjabi city earlier this year. The company then chose to install four solar panels at the Bahawal Victoria Hospital in Bahawalpur. These four solar panels, which are positioned atop several hospital buildings, have the capacity to produce 325kW of electricity altogether. A 40kW solar power system has been constructed at the hospital’s blood bank. The cardiac and kidney centres, as well as other buildings, have solar systems placed on them.

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