Inam ur Rahman CEO, Dawood Hercules Co. Ltd. Some amazing stuff has happened in the world of renewable energy. Almost a month ago, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority – DEWA – was able to secure a solar tariff of 2.99
Pakistan’s total generation capacity in 2015 was between 23000 MW to 24000 MW, out of which 66 % was thermal based, 30% was hydroelectric based, 3% was nuclear based and nearly 1% was both wind and solar energy.
It is not a minor difference. It is the difference between ice and water; between a healthy body and a feverish one. The human body’s normal core temperature is 37-38°C; if it heats up to 39-40°C, muscles slow down and a fever burns.
Pakistan has been struggling for decades to manage crises from infrastructure issues to rooted corruption to rampant terrorism.
Solar panels work on optimum productivity on clear days with abundant sunshine. But, do solar panels work in cloudy weather? Yes… just not quite as well on a cloudy day, solar panels can produce 10-25% of their rated capacity.
Yesterday, the electricity regulator NEPRA (National Electric Power Regulatory Authority) held its latest hearing for tariff determination for Wind IPPs in Pakistan.
One of the most obvious mistakes we as solar customers can make. It is important to not go too far on your hunt for the best value system on the market.
For a country like Pakistan which has roughly 250 sunny days in a year, the solar power industry has a lot of potential and solar panels have the capacity of generating huge volumes of electricity.
Shading analysis is one of the most important steps taken before installation of the solar panels. With solar panels, it is important to take into account the objects in surrounding areas which are casting a shadow on the panels,
The only distinction between buying and leasing a system is in terms of ownership. In a purchase model, you own the solution; whereas under a PPA (Power Purchase Agreement), a third party or the financier owns the solution.