Oursun realises 500 kW PV project in Pakistan

06.08.2014
One part of the PV plant will be built on the rooftop of the production facility of Khatoon Industries.
Photo: The meeco Group

Oursun Solar Power Ltd., a subsidiary joint venture company of the Meeco Group and two Pakistani business professionals, and the Pakistani soap manufacturer Khatoon Industries concluded a Power Purchase Agreement for a photovoltaic plant with a capacity of 500 kW. It will produce up to 825 MWh of electricity annually. The PV plant will be installed on the rooftop of the production facility of Khatoon Industries and on a part the factory site.

After this first joint project the two companies are looking forward to further cooperation. Syed Saad Zafar, Director of Oursun Solar Power Ltd., says: “We are very happy to work hand in hand with such a responsible company towards a greener environment in Pakistan.“

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