The energy industry is quickly changing and is now both the present and the future. The most economical form of energy in the world now is renewable energy. Around the world, nations are starting to see the advantages of solar energy in terms of cost savings and environmental responsibility and are implementing the required measures to complete the transition.
Solar panels, for instance, are used to cover water canals in emerging economies, the canopies over German autobahns, and even the roofs of American schools.
Numerous businesses in Pakistan are actively making the switch to renewable energy as a result of their awareness of how important it is to do so in order to increase efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
Sohaib Asif Sipra, a seasoned professional in the field of renewable energy and Vice President of Energy Solutions at Wateen, believes that Pakistan is at a turning point in its history when this transition can be a game-changer for economic efficiency.
According to Sohaib, businesses of all sizes are increasingly considering switching to renewable energy as their primary source of electricity.
“Now is the moment to take action to bring about a positive shift, and this calls for widespread access to and use of renewable electricity. We see a huge opportunity in giving businesses all throughout the country the chance to use solar and other renewable technology to power their goals and objectives, the executive continues.
It is now logical to use solar and wind energy instead of conventional electrical systems because the economics of solar technology have changed so drastically.
The transition to environmentally friendly energy sources is a big step forward that will undoubtedly have a profound effect on the nation’s economy going forward.
According to experts, other nations will soon catch up to the shift to renewable energy. The key factors driving solar energy’s rapid transformation into a sensible alternative for the production of electricity are its improved efficiency and declining cost.
Even more encouraging is the fact that the industry as a whole is still expanding and has endless potential for efficiency and affordability.
Wateen is aware that solar energy serves as both a force for economic growth and a means of combating environmental deterioration.