Solar energy in remote Pakistan villages

solar power in Sindh

Homes in remote areas of Pakistan without electricity are using small solar panels to generate power for two lights and a fan at night. Imagine the difference that would make to a small village.

The author of the article says perhaps Pakistan could build its own solar energy industry to power villages, irrigate crops, and more.

We should opt for the manufacture of solar panels including solar cells in-country. For this purpose, we should establish not one but several factories for the manufacture of solar panels and cells in Pakistan. We have unimaginable quantities of raw material at our disposal and our manpower is second to none.

In the middle of what to us looks like chaos, he’s trying to build something that will benefit millions.

Tip: UJ

4 Responses to Solar energy in remote Pakistan villages

  1. Reshad Tue, Mar 03, 2009 at 8:15 am #

    Nice information herE on solar. Your
    readers might like to watch the videos
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  2. ziauddin Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 7:49 am #

    Dear country men and womens students,engineers,technitan,industrialist i wish someone bring this teachnology to our motherland to the needy resourceless people of remote and urban area of pakistan,to pay in equal role in the economy/education,industry,inmanufactoring sector and as well as a positve role in the world market of science and technology too.PAKISTAN ZINDA BAD.

  3. Solar Fan Reviews Sun, Feb 07, 2010 at 1:31 pm #

    Why are posts like this written – without further followup? Don’t you feel like we are left hanging?

  4. muhammad afzal Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 10:36 am #

    we are gulf trader in lahore pakistan we intersting solar business