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Solar Power

Bahria Town Karachi Sets New Benchmark with 70% Solar Power Utilization, Significantly Reducing Dependence on KE

Sunday, January 28, 2024

Bahria Town – Bahria Town Karachi proudly announces a groundbreaking achievement in sustainable energy practices, having successfully harnessed and utilized an impressive 70% of its electricity from solar power during daylight hours. This remarkable feat not only underscores the commitment to environmental responsibility but also showcases a significant reduction in dependence on Karachi Electric (KE) for electricity, bringing the reliance down to just 30%.

The initiative aligns with Bahria Town’s vision to contribute to a greener and more sustainable future. By leveraging solar power, Bahria Town Karachi not only demonstrates a commitment to cleaner energy but also addresses the increasing electricity demand responsibly and efficiently.

The transition to utilizing solar power on such a scale is a testament to Bahria Town’s dedication to innovation and eco-friendly practices. This achievement not only marks a milestone for Bahria Town but also sets a positive example for other urban developments to follow suit.

This significant reduction in reliance on conventional electricity sources translates into a considerable financial benefit for Bahria Town Karachi, as it minimizes costs associated with procuring electricity from external providers. Furthermore, the residents of Bahria Town Karachi also reap the benefits of this shift towards sustainable energy, enjoying the advantages of solar power in their daily lives. The move towards self-sufficiency in energy aligns with Bahria Town’s broader strategy to create environmentally conscious and resource-efficient communities.

Bahria Town Karachi encourages other entities and communities to explore sustainable energy solutions as a means of mitigating the environmental impact of energy consumption. By embracing solar power, Bahria Town Karachi has not only set a precedent for responsible urban development but has also paved the way for a more sustainable and cost-effective energy future.

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