Karachi: Barrister Murtaza Wahab, Sindh Law and Environment Adviser, inaugurated a grid-tied solar system to power the University of Karachi’s Arts and Social Sciences faculty on Wednesday.
The Karachi University Alumni Association, Washington DC and Baltimore in the United States, donated a solar panel with a capacity of 32.5 kilowatts. The plant, which costs Rs. 3.05 million and is capable of saving at least 150 units of electricity per day, is made up of 74 solar panels.
The law advisor said that renewable energy was being used all over the world to address the world’s power problem. “By Allah’s grace, Pakistan’s geographical position is most appropriate to take advantage of solar power,” he said.
He reported that the KU had not only been charged with finding concerns, but also with trying to fix them. He praised the University of Kansas administration’s attempts to expand funding in light of the increased number of students on campus.
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