Atlas Honda uses solar energy for its bicycle production in Pakistan, Lahore Herald

Atlas Honda uses solar energy for its bicycle production in Pakistan

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Atlas Honda, Pakistan’s largest bicycle repair shop, has received a green light from the regulator to install a solar power system to power the entire factory in Sheikhupura. The facility could produce 2.5 megawatts of electricity to meet the plant’s needs.

Reports also suggest that Atlas Honda is now in good company, with some of Pakistan’s largest manufacturers also switching to solar to lower their energy costs and ensure efficiency in manufacturing and other operations.

Several big names such as P&G, Service Industries Limited, Kohinoor Textile Mills, Fauji Cement Company and DP World have switched to solar energy to ensure cost and operational efficiency.

Renewable energy is spreading rapidly in industry, the story goes because there are many bulk production facilities, such as sugar factories, that are also switching to renewable energy.

Some sugar factories are said to have installed biogas plants. Experts noted this change and suggested that it would not only reduce costs for generators but also lighten some of the burden on national power generation units and enable the idea of ​​a power plant. environmentally friendly. promote to the largest companies. manufacturers.

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