Aug 12, 2016

Good news for Pakistanis; electricity consumers can now make thousands

Pakistan faces a serious power shortage, and the lack of electricity generation has already inflicted critical losses to the country’s business and economy. In one of its kind move, the Islamabad Electricity Supply Company (IESCO) has launched a project for generation of electricity through a solar meter.The project costs around Rs300,000 and is capable of generating some 3 kilowatt of...

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