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Pv project contributes 840 mm kwh to Pakistan’s power generation

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This Pv power station is contracted to build by a Chinese company, TBEA. As stated by the Project manager, the Pv power station, built in Cholistan desert, Bahawalpur, Punjab Province, can provide about 0.5 million kwh maximumly of clean electricity per day and constantly work for 25years

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Islamabad, July 3 ( The 100MW Photovoltaic Power Station Project in Punjab that was put into production in 2015 has showed a consideration progress in recent year.

According to a report published by Gwadar Pro on Thursday, up to 2020 June 30th, this power station has safely operated for 5 years and provided more than 840 million kilowatt-hours of electricity.

This Pv power station is contracted to build by a Chinese company, TBEA. As stated by the Project manager, the Pv power station, built in Cholistan desert, Bahawalpur, Punjab Province, can provide about 0.5 million kwh maximumly of clean electricity per day and constantly work for 25years.

In order to build a high quality and high standard Pv power station, a series of advanced techniques, mature experience and machines were imported from China.

She said, “Pv power as a reliable, efficient, sustainable and low-cost electricity resource, can not only resolve the dearth of power in the nation, but also tackle other social issues such as employment and local stability.

The most important thing is that, establishing such a project has trained a group of professional people for Pv power.”

The manager portrayed a rosy future of Pv power cooperation between Pakistan and China. “For three respects we can foresee a potential in this sector,” she said.

“One of the factors is that China is capable to build advanced Pv power station. China already built several large scale Pv stations in Xinjiang region. The advanced experience provides efficient technical support for Pv power developing in Pakistan.”

“Meanwhile, Pakistan has suitable natural conditions to develop Pv power,” she said, “the adequate solar resource and flat terrain in a large area in Sindh, Punjab, KPK and Balochistan gives a great potential to build Pv power station.”

“The last positive factor is policy support. Under CPEC project, both Chinese government and Pakistan government provide favorable measures to facilitate Pv power station project developing in Pakistan.

According to a new energy planning target released previously, the share of new energy in the domestic energy mix will reach 20% by 2025 and 30% by 2030.” She said.






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