Competitive on cost, reliable, and with zero carbon emissions; in 2023 solar energy is able to meet the needs of more consumers than ever before. As a result, the number of countries in which solar is now achieves over one gigawatt (GW) in annual installations is growing fast.
The flexibility of solar technology and its scalability is also proving invaluable. From large industrial rooftops, to small rural communities, PV has become an ideal energy solution, powered by high-performance new cell and module designs.
Pakistan is one solar marketplace in which these developments are particularly evident. PV installations surged past the 1 GW mark in Pakistan for the first time in 2022. However, developing successful PV projects in the country comes with a unique set of circumstances.
Developing solar in Pakistan requires strong local partnerships and experience in navigating local regulations and conditions. And the country’s hot, humid climate means that some PV technologies perform considerably better than others, and that close attention should be paid for product durability.
Join this pv magazine Webinar, delivered in partnership with Yingli Solar, to gain insights into the Pakistan solar market, and how high efficiency n-type PV products can deliver higher performance and excellent financial returns.
pv magazine Webinar content:
• Historic and current trends shaping the development of solar in Pakistan
• The vibrant offtaker and C&I marketplace, including heavy industry and consumer-goods manufacturers
• Successful C&I case study projects from Pakistan
• How net metering tariff structures can be attractive for various solar market segments
• Learnings from Yingli’s experience in supplying the Pakistan solar market for over one decade
• How inter-governmental programs are building capacity within the Pakistan solar market
• Update on Yingli’s agenda-setting n-type Panda cell technology and its performance in hotter climates
Get an exclusive insight into one of the “under the radar” gigawatt-scale solar markets at this free pv magazine webinar. Join the discussion to get informed of the latest developments, market information, business and technical insights, and join the discussion to put your questions to our expert speakers.
Questions can be submitted beforehand in the comments window when registering or in the chat during the live webinar. Jonathan Gifford, editor in chief at pv magazine global, and Uma Gupta, editor at pv magazine will be the moderators of this webinar.
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Thu, Mar 30, 2023 · 10:00
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Zheng Jiong serves as R&D Manager in Technical Management Department of Yingli Energy Development Co., Ltd. Mr. Zheng has nearly 15 years of research experience in high performance photovoltaic module technology. He used to work on thin film...
Wendy An serves as regional sales director of Yingli Energy Development Co., Ltd. Ms. Wendy joined Yingli by year of 2011. She is mainly in charge of the market of Pakistan, Philippines, Malaysia, Sri Lanka now. Ms. Wendy has rich project...
Saleem Barg serves as CEO of BARG Engineering SOLAR CONSULTANT in Pakistan. He provides engineering and consultancy services in the fields of designing solar power home systems, solar pumping systems, solar water heating systems, solar street...
While overseeing pv magazine‘s Australian website, Jonathan also reports on equipment supply, thin film and Australasia for the global print edition and online. With a background in broadcast journalism for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation,...
Based in New Delhi, Uma reports on the latest PV market trends and projects in India. After gaining an MSc Physics (Electronics) and an MBA, she has gone on to accrue over a decade of experience in technology journalism. Uma has been working for...