Solar Panels Bidding Process For First Phase To Begin Next Week
The prime minister was informed that a total of 1000 MW of solar panels will be installed in the federal government buildings during the first phase.
The first phase of 1,000 MW of solar panels bidding process will begin next week, the Prime Minister was informed on Thursday.
The meeting was informed of the progress on the implementation of the solarization project while I was in charge of a review meeting regarding the implementation of measures to save energy in the nation.
The prime minister was informed that a total of 1000 MW of solar panels will be installed in the federal government buildings during the first phase and that the first phase’s bidding process will begin the following week.
The policy-making process for the nation’s local solar panel manufacturing has also reached its final stages, in which the consultation with the industries related to the production of solar panels has also been completed, as was further disclosed at the meeting.
The meeting was informed that a comprehensive policy regarding electronic motorcycles is being developed in order to give industries confidence to increase production in the country.It was also suggested that the ongoing process to fully electrify the motorcycles in the nation
All industries should shift to what the attendees of the meeting decided at the end of the year.The meeting was also informed that by the end of this year, conical baffles will be installed in all existing gas geysers in addition to being a requirement for the production of all new gas geysers in order to conserve gas.
Production of filament or old, subpar light bulbs with high power consumption will not be permitted after consumption of the existing stock, and the existing factories will be asked to manufacture new technology bulbs with low power consumption, will be transferred.
Similar to this, the nation’s fan factories with high power consumption will soon switch over to the new technology, and a thorough plan has been developed to replace the current fans with consumers.
The prime minister gave instructions to ensure that these actions were finished within the allotted time.
Former prime minister, minister of state, minister of finance, minister of defence, minister of power, and others were present at the meeting.