Islamabad: As per the media reports of Wednesday, April 20, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has concurred to introduce solar panels in different city locations to produce 4.5 megawatts of electricity.
Solar panels will be scaled on the most suitable waterworks and tube wells to produce power that will be bolstered into the national energy grid station and will be utilized to control tube wells and waterworks. Conforming to the press clearance, the project’s PC-1, which is about to cost PKR 80 million, has been completed and will be submitted for endorsement.
For the next 25 years, this solar panel system, if constructed well, will create electricity, according to Sardar Khan Zimri, Water Supply Directorate’s Deputy Director-General. A solar energy system of two megawatts will be installed at the sewage treatment plant in Division I-9. Another two one-megawatt solar energy systems will be raised at Pona Faqiran and close to the sports complex, the Deputy Director-General added.
He moreover expressed that a half-megawatt solar system will be installed at Rose and Jasmine Park. The civic institution requires ten megawatts of energy for the water ventures. Within the upcoming stage, the CDA authorities want to include solar systems that will make 3.5 megawatts of power for the fulfillment of the city’s further needs. CDA New Update