Dawlance invested more than 600,000 euros to turn one of its manufacturing plants in Karachi into a solar-powered enterprise. With its current output of 4,000 kilowatts, this solar farm can sustainably supply 20% of the factory’s energy requirements.
The ‘Progress Today – Preserve Tomorrow’ concept is promoted by Dawlance, a well-known producer of household appliances in Pakistan and a fully-owned subsidiary of Arcelik. It highlights how important it is for businesses to lessen the negative effects that UV radiation has on ecosystems and human health worldwide.
The CEO of Dawlance, Umar Ahsan Khan, emphasizes the importance of this project in lowering the factory’s carbon footprint by 20%. Due to the environmental and financial advantages of using renewable energy, Dawlance’s leadership encourages other Pakistani businesses to do the same.
Turkiye’s consul general in Karachi, Cemal Sangu, commends Pakistan for working with Turkiye to enhance technology and industrial progress.
Dawlance invests in green, affordable renewable energy solutions to reduce emissions from fossil fuels and traditional energy sources as part of its commitment to social responsibility. This dedication is in line with efforts to spread awareness of the Ozone layer’s vulnerability, which is vital for protecting life on Earth by protecting it from damaging sun radiation.
In addition to lessening its environmental impact, Dawlance’s conversion to a solar-powered facility acts as a role model for sustainable business practices in Pakistan’s industrial landscape, fostering a brighter and greener future.