What you need to know about India’s first 100-day solar power plant

Multan, Pakistan, Dec. 3, 2018 – In this week’s Engadgets, we’ll be taking a look at Pakistan’s first solar power station, one of the first solar-powered power plants in Pakistan, which was built in collaboration with Chinese partner SunPower.

As part of this collaboration, Pakistan has been providing free electricity to Pakistanis for the last six years.

With this new solar plant, the country is now looking to the future.

A report by the Ministry of Science and Technology (Moisture & Energy) says the plant will be able to produce up to 500 megawatts of electricity during its first 100 days of operation, and will cost approximately $1.6 billion.

Pakistanis will be receiving electricity for free for six months, and then the price will increase by 20% every six months thereafter.

A total of 3.2 million households have already been connected to the plant, and it’s hoped that by 2020, it will generate more than 100 megawatts.

The plant is the first of its kind in Pakistan and is expected to cost $1 billion.

“This is a major milestone in Pakistan’s solar energy revolution,” said Mohammed Afridi, executive director of the Pakistan-China Energy Initiative (PACEI).

“Solar power is a global phenomenon and Pakistan is a leading solar power country.”

A Pakistani company is already operating the plant.

SunPower and Pakistan’s Moisture and Energy Corporation are expected to invest around $2.2 billion in the plant and make the facility operational in 2020.

According to the Moisturisation & Energy Corporation (MEC), the plant is scheduled to have a capacity of 50 megawatts by the end of 2020.

The company’s chief executive, Khurram Khan, told Engadges that the company has received orders for about 3.5 million panels to be installed at the plant to provide about 1,000 megawatts for the next six months.

He added that it was a major step in the countrys efforts to become a global leader in solar power.

Pakistan has seen an increase in solar energy installations in recent years.

In 2016, there were approximately 4,000 MW installed across Pakistan.

That number has steadily increased in 2017, and in 2018, there was an additional 2,000MW installed.

Khan added that the project is aimed at reducing CO2 emissions from power generation.

He said that the cost of installing the solar power facility would not be affected by any economic and political factors.

“The cost of installation will be lower than a typical installation in India,” Khan said.

“There are a number of different costs that will be included in the cost to install the plant,” Khan added.

“We are confident that the price that will go up will be less than the cost that has gone down in India.”

The MEC also said that Pakistani solar power producers are planning to install solar panels for the first time in the city of Miranshah, which is one of Pakistan’s major cities.

“Pakistan has the potential to become the global leader of solar power production, but it still needs to establish its infrastructure and take steps towards commercialization of solar,” Khan told Engagges.