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Let’s continue our global solar trip, and today we continue to discover Pakistan. One more captivating fact: the country possesses the largest man-made forest in the world – Changa Manga. It is located in the Kasur District of Punjab in Pakistan and stretches over 48.6 sq. km. This charming place has been growing since the 19th century, and now it is a home for the different kinds of species: hog deer, Indian peafowl, jackal, mouflon, nilgai, and wild boar.
Also, Pakistan is moving toward renewable energy application, and due to plan 2030, the country aims to reach 60% of electricity produced by renewable energy and more solar projects implementation.
For three years, our Company jointly with a devoted partner, Shahani Impex Int’l Hyd, developed numerous successful solar installations. In fact, the new installation was completed for flour mill production in Sirewari, near Sanghar district in Khipro city. Our distributor covered the mill’s area with 104 pcs of EGE Atlas 540W 10BB Mono made with Gallium-dopped technology with 21.28% maximized efficiency, ensuring 56,16kW of pure energy.
Why Atlas 540W is the best solution for this project:
10BB Monocrystalline Module
Lower LCOE and BOS
Anti PID/ Low LID protection
Less Hot Spot Shading effects
Lower temperature coefficient
More output in weak light conditions, such as haze, cloudy, and morning.
We are highly grateful to our partners for their support and trust in our #qualitéfrançaise.
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