In order to increase investor confidence and long-term viability of solar systems, establishing best practices for PV system installations and operations is paramount. This is where the role of Quality Control comes into play. The primary purpose of Quality Control is to ensure that solar installations and maintenance procedures are implemented at the highest possible standards Read more Quality Control – Can it Help Solar EPC Companies Optimize their Process?
The IEA (International Energy Agency) survey suggests that more than 20 million Pakistanis have no access to electricity. Besides, another 75 million Pakistanis with access Read more Are Solar Microgrids a Solution to Pakistan’s Energy Crisis?
Maximum reliability and energy availability are required in energy-intensive industries especially in mining, raw material processing, dairy, and agriculture. To be prepared for grid power Read more Integration of Solar With Your Current Generation Set-Up
Solar Energy generation is gradually gaining popularity in Pakistan as more individuals begin to realize the benefits that renewable energy has to offer. But while Read more Do Solar Panels Perform Well in Winters?
Mujtaba Haider Khan is the CEO of Reon Energy Limited, the largest industrial solar solutions provider in Pakistan. Reon is a part of Dawood Hercules Read more An interview with CEO Reon Energy – All incremental power should be renewable
As published on www.towerxchange.com Renewable Energy wing of DH Corp has already deployed 2MW of solar energy to 250 cell sites Salman Khalili, Head of Telco, Reon Read more Solar to improve efficiency of Pakistan’s telecom sites
Now that I’ve laid out the economic and technical argument in favor of renewable power in my last piece, let me highlight some of the Read more Part IIB: Resolving Pakistan’s Energy Crisis – Policy Recommendations
By Mujtaba Khan Chief Executive Officer, Reon Energy I’m writing this blog just a few days after publication of the UN IPCC(Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report on the impacts of warming of 1.5 °C and beyond and thus it deserves a mention here. The report extensively covers various mitigating strategies for the wider world to stave Read more Part IIA: Resolving Pakistan’s Energy Crisis – The Economic Argument