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Punjab CM approves solar system project for 50,000 households

Punjab CM approves solar system project for 50,000 households

Punjab CM approves solar system project for 50,000 households

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LAHORE: The Punjab government has approved 1Kv solar system project for 50,000 households across the province and directed the authorities concerned to start work on this venture immediately.

During a meeting in Lahore, Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz ordered to install 1KV solar system in various houses and evaluate the utility.

Chief Minister Punjab Maryam Nawaz directed to start the pilot project immediately.
Maryam Nawaz said that protected consumers who consume up to 100 units of electricity will be eligible, two solar plates, battery, inverter and wires will be given in one KV system.

The Punjab Chief Minister said that it will be able to run fans, lights and small motors etc. while the battery will provide a backup of up to 16 hours.

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She said that the scope of solar system for domestic consumers will be expanded gradually.

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