Structural and Application Engineering

Structural and Application Engineering

We, at Reon, are determined to lead an efficient energy transition across the region.
As Application Engineers we love technology and work on both current and newer products to manage the customer’s individual needs. In many a case, we go a step further with the help of our Research and Development Team to offer solutions to challenges that haven’t given thought of. As the primary point of contact in technical consulting, we help you find the most financially feasible solutions for your projects based on your industrial energy scenario. Additionally, we also offer demo boards and simulated calculations, gather the necessary documentation and provide support with the design process.

Creating yield and operational efficiencies

4 MW Roof top mounted system

Sindh, Pakistan
Problem: To determine the best LCOE topology for roof mounted systems
Solution: Bifacial PV modules with 55% Albedo of roof top
Impact: 5% increase in output of system

Standardization of DC Cables

Problem: To reduce cable losses and improve lifetime
Solution: DC Cable parameters specified as per global IEC standards
Impact: Reduced Cable losses and increased durability

12.5 MW Ground mounted system

Punjab, Pakistan
Problem:To optimize tilt angle for sites
Solution: Increased shadow-free solar window for system
Impact: 86,000-kilowatt hour units achieved above the committed units for the client


Find out how APM services can help you shift from reactive to predictive maintenance power while optimizing cost and yield efficiencies.

Indus Motor Company (IMC) Limited


Sindh, Pakistan


• MC was a double T slab roof where anchoring was not allowed other than in the T beam
• The T beams did not follow standard spacing across the construction
• Low roof bearing capacity did not permit a ballast and structural flexural cracks in the building were witnessed due to aging


• A beam center line was located and marked over the roof during audit
• C type special base (lightweight structure) was provided and was anchored over the beam. The standard structure was then bolted over the C type base
• Neoprene pads (shock absorbers) were provided to avoid the wind vibration transfer from aluminum structure to the building

Samira Fabrics


Punjab, Pakistan


• Double T slab roof with lower roof strength
• Ducts called for an elevated structure that could result in increased weight and wind pressure
• Anchoring was permitted only in the beam


• Duct walls were used to offer vertical support and block wind
• Base plate spacing was aligned with the beam spacing of roof
• 30-degree tilt was provided to get the good energy gain.


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