Solar Panel Prices in Pakistan
- Solar Panel Prices in Pakistan
- Product Type : Solar Panel
- Year : 2013
- Price In Pakistan : From Rs. 42,750
Solar Panel Prices
150 Watt Solar Panel
250 Watt Solar Panel
450 Watt Solar Panel
600 Watt Solar Panel
650 Watt Solar Panel
800 Watt Solar Panel
1000 Watt Solar Panel
1350 Watt Solar Panel
Solar Panels Review
The production of electricity from solar energy on a large scale can prove to be extremely beneficial for Pakistan. It can help the country in the following ways:
- Provide an alternative source of electricity production to deal with the current shortage of electricity in the country.
- Provide low cost electricity, thereby greatly reducing the bills.
- Produce electricity without causing any damage to the environment as solar energy is a renewable and environment friendly source of energy.
A project for the installation of solar panels in different parts of the country is currently being run by the government in collaboration with China. This project, known as the Introduction of Clean Energy by Solar Electricity Generation System, promises a great future for the country. This is an entirely government funded project and, therefore, the solar panel price in Pakistan is taken care of by the government.
On the other hand, Pakistani citizens are also having solar panels installed in their homes and office buildings on a private basis for two reasons. Firstly, the government’s solar energy project is a long term plan which is going to take a long while before the energy crisis of the country has been solved. Secondly, having solar panels installed in buildings will cut the electricity bills to a great extent. Therefore, the solar panel price in Pakistan would be compensated by the reduction in the bills.
Private companies have different charges for the installation of solar panels in homes and private building. Mostly, the costs depend on the electricity generation capacity of each solar panel. On average, for a generation capacity of 25 Watts, the solar panel price in Pakistan is up to Rs. 7, 000. The price doubles as the generation capacity of the panel’s increases to 50 Watts. Similarly, for 100 Watts, the cost is around Rs. 28,000.
Every individual’s needs vary with respect to electricity usage. Smaller solar panels can be installed if only lights and fans need to be powered. For more heavy usage, bigger solar panels would be required with more capacity for the generation of electricity. Therefore, the cost of solar panels would also be much higher. However, it can be considered as only an initial investment. Instead of paying large electricity bills every month, it is better to pay once for the switch to solar energy and have access to low cost electricity for many years to come.
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