Sacred Sun Solar plus Energy storage illuminates the future of Pakistan's remote rural children
Date : 2019-01-19

Punjab government in Pakistan, the “ One Belt, One Road ” country, is using World Bank loan to furnish 20,000 schools with PV energy storage systems which improve the learning and living conditions of rural poor teachers and students.  

Sacred Sun Solar plus Energy storage illuminates the future of Pakistan's remote rural children 

The first phase of the project consists of four tenders covering four regions and 10,000 schools. The project includes site inspection, energy storage system design, product supply, system installation, system commissioning and subsequent operation and maintenance. This project is worldwide bidding.

Together with SolarTech, the largest local PV system provider, Sacred Sun won the KPUP-PKG-06 contract after nearly one-year hard work of both technical and commercial personnel. At present, the project has been successfully completed 50%. Many school classrooms have already used solar energy.

The successful implementation of the project has allowed us to contribute the responsibility to the “ One Belt, One Road ” national strategy, and sent light and hope to the children in developing countries.

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