SUMEC Made Pakistan’s 1.25MW Photovoltaic Power Plant Connected

Published February 11th 2015 at 3:00pm
Phono Solar 

Recently the 1.25MW solar photovoltaic power plant, located in Punjab Province in Pakistan was successfully connected to the grid. Being the general contractor of this project, SUMEC Group successfully supported the 'Go Global' policy of the Chinese central government.

This 1.25MW photovoltaic power plant covers 16,000m2. The abundant sunshine in its area has driven the creation of producing 1,745,000kWh. Not only does such project meet the daily power demands of 110 local villages and some auxiliary electric power systems, it also saves 1,580 tons of carbon emissions every year.

This project was completed in 9 months from bid invitation to successful connection. During this period, SUMEC formed the team with local partner Green Volts Technologies, and were highly appreciated by Pakistani investor.

CaiJibo, President of SUMEC, said:"SUMEC, as a large-scale central enterprise in China with 37-year history, focuses on the internationalization and diversification of three fields; trade and service, engineering contracting and investment and development. The successful grid connection of the first megawatt-level photovoltaic power plant in Pakistan has brought full recognition of overseas markets for engineering and general contracting capabilities of SUMEC, especially in renewable energy fields. Most of the equipment used in this project is made in China, and I am proud that our equipment has successful supported the 'Go Global' policy and obtained affirmation of new overseas markets."

These photovoltaic modules are designed and manufactured in China by Phono Solar, a subsidiary company of SUMEC.

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