Pakistan Envisages Close To 27 GW Solar By 2047
NEPRA Report Expects Solar Power Capacity Of Pakistan To Grow To Over 26.9 GW In 2047 Under New Energy Outlook Envisaged For Country
Monday, 04 May 2020
Come 2047, a century after the country came into existence after it separated from India, Pakistan believes it can boast of close to 27 GW of solar power capacity.
Engro Energy Proposes 200 MW Solar In Pakistan
Pakistan’s NEPRA Received Project Proposals For 4 Solar Power Plants With 50 MW Capacity Each To Be Developed Along Main Quetta Chaman Highway In Balochistan; Developer Engro Energy Expects To Commission Projects By June 2020
Friday, 14 Jun 2019
The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) of Pakistan is considering granting approval to 4 solar power project proposals with 50 MW capacity each to Engro Energy Limited (EEL).
Over 27 MW Solar Capacity Seeking NEPRA Approval
Pakistan’s NEPRA Positively Considering Approval For Over 27 MW Solar Power Capacity Proposals Of Solis Energy, K1 Solar & Nizam Power; 15 MW Project To Use LONGi Solar’s Bifacial Modules
Thursday, 30 May 2019
Bifacial solar modules are making their way into the budding solar power market of Pakistan as the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has accepted generation licence granting applications for 3 projects out of which one will use LONGi Solar’s bifacial technology.
NEPRA Accepts Tariff Petition For 100 MW PV
Pakistan’s National Electric Power Regulatory Authority Evaluating Tariff Petitions From FAS Energy & Kulachi Solar For Two 50 MW PV Projects; Both Projects To Come Up In Dera Ismail Khan City
Thursday, 25 Oct 2018
The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) of Pakistan has accepted two 50 MW solar power project proposals and is now evaluating the proposed tariffs.
Scatec 6¢ Tariff Petition For Pakistan Projects
Scatec Solar & Nizam Energy File Petition To Determine Reference Generation Tariff Of 6.25 PKR ($0.0595)/kWh For 150 MW PV Capacity in Pakistan
Monday, 02 Oct 2017
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg and erstwhile Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif were present during the signing ceremony between Scatec Solar and Nizam Energy in July 2015 when they decided to set up 150 MW capacity in Pakistan (Photo Credi.
100 MW PV Project in Pakistan
Catalyst Energy’s Proposal To Develop 100 MW Solar Capacity At Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park In Pakistan Accepted By Regulator For Final Check
Tuesday, 28 Feb 2017
The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) of Pakistan has admitted Catalyst Energy’s application to be considered for solar power generation for a 100 MW solar power plant.
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