June 10, 2024

Awais Invites LONGi to Set Up Solar Panels Plant in Pakistan

Solar Panels Plant developments in Pakistan is going to take a great leap ahead as Pakistan’s minister for Power Division, Sardar Awais Ahmed Khan Leghari recently extended an invitation to the Chinese company LONGi Green Energy Technology Co. Ltd, for establishing a solar PV manufacturing plant in Pakistan.

This decisive move is cleared testament to the fact that Pakistan is looking to improve its renewable options and thereby reducing its carbon footprint.

Pakistan’s Solar Panels Plant

The minister Awais Ahmed Khan Leghari recently met the president of LONGi Green Energy Company, Zhenguo Li, to invite the company to create a PV plant, which would take advantage of Pakistan’s abundant solar potential to increase the level of renewable energy sources in Pakistan’s energy supply.

In his address to Mr Zhenguo Li, Minister Leghari stressed the immense potential of solar power in Pakistan, saying: ‘With a comparative advantage in terms of solar energy production and a large number of sunny days, the government is committed to increasing the share of renewable energy in the energy mix of the country’.

With an average solar irradiance of 5.3 kWh/m²/day and approximately 300 sunny days every year, Pakistan is indeed an ideal place for solar power generation.

To which Mr Zhenguo Li pledged to support the development of solar energy in Pakistan, and expressed his willingness to ‘forge closer cooperation, and contribute to the prosperity of Pakistan and the LONGi Green Energy Technology’.

Creating a solar panels plant in Pakistan can be a groundbreaking shift to enhance the energy sector of the country. It will ensure the energy security, economic growth as well as the technological development.

1M job creation

The establishment of a solar panels plant would increase job vacancies exponentially. The construction of such system produces numerous employment opportunities from manufacturing, installing, and upkeep to maintenance of solar technology.

This improving investment would be a strong flow of the local economy and support the workforce with considerable employment. As well, IRENA reports that according to studies done in 2018, providing renewable energy to Pakistan by 2030 could potentially generate more than 1 million jobs.

A PV plant in Pakistan would contribute to improve energy security. Pakistan would be less dependent on imported fossil fuels.

By increasing the share of renewable energy produced at home, Pakistan could have more control over its energy supply and become less vulnerable to energy price and supply fluctuations in the international energy market. At the moment, Pakistan still imports around 25 per cent of its energy needs from abroad.

It would enable the photovoltaic manufacturing to become a technology base in Pakistan’s clean energy sector.

This opening up of the green technology market would assist Pakistan in absorbing leading solar technologies and practices from China and have advanced solar technologies incorporate into local systems, improving Pakistan’s energy structure efficiency, and enhancing facilities and reliability of solar energy production.

A Global Leader in Solar Solutions

LONGi Green Energy Technology Co. Ltd is a world-leading solar panel and technological solutions company. It possesses cutting-edge (Supporting factor) and have vast experience. LONGi is an ideal partner for Pakistan in its Coherence of renewal energy.

LONGi is a major manufacturer of monocrystalline silicon wafers and solar panels. Its high-efficiency solar products are used in large solar projects all over the world, and in 2020 the company shipped more than 24.53 GW (gigawatt) of solar modules worldwide.

The phrase ‘sustainable production‘is synonymous with LONGi’s commitment to producing eco-friendly and energy-saving solar panels that will contribute positively to environmental conservation while complying with relevant national standards. LONGi aims to support Pakistan’s commitment to promoting renewable energy.

Pakistan can share its advantages and underutilized resources to work with LONGi Green Energy Technology. Such partnership will bring in LONGi’s years of experience and state-of-the-art technologies, and lead to investments of larger scale.

In order for Pakistan to become a permanent realist in renewable energy, the next generation and onwards, Pakistani manufacturers will have to sharpen their competitive edge and seek allies in global leaders like LONGi. It all starts with energy, momentum and with a green and clean energy future.

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