CM Punjab Took Initiative to Give 1 KV Solar Systems to 50,000 Households in Punjab

In a special meeting led by Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz, provisional approval was given to provide one-kilowatt (1KV) solar systems to 50,000 households across the province.

This significant decision aims to tackle energy shortages and ease the financial burden of using traditional electricity.

Implemented as part of the Roshan Punjab program, this initiative aims to offer affordable and sustainable energy to economically disadvantaged communities.

During the meeting, there were discussions about the technical details of the proposed solar systems, focusing on important parts like solar panels, batteries, inverters, and wiring.

Each 1KV solar system is designed to power essential household appliances such as fans, lights, and small motors, giving families a reliable alternative to grid-based electricity.

The upcoming project, which will start soon, will involve installing these solar systems in different households. This will serve as a trial to see how effective they are in meeting household energy needs. Participation is open to protected consumers who use up to 100 units of electricity.

Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz emphasised the importance of purchasing high-quality solar panels, inverters, batteries, and other parts to ensure the durability and efficiency of the solar systems.

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