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Pacific jeans installs 708KW solar plant

A rooftop solar power plant with automatic cleaning system with a capacity of 3.5mw per day has been installed at Universal Jeans Ltd, a concern of Pacific Jeans.

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Figure 1: Executive Chairman of Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority (BEPZA) Major General Abul Kalam Mohammad Ziaur Rahman inaugurated the solar plant.

This 3.5mw electricity will meet 10% of the total power demand in the factory.

Executive Chairman of Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority (BEPZA) Major General Abul Kalam Mohammad Ziaur Rahman inaugurated the solar plant recently.

The solar plant having a total of 1,299 pieces of photovoltaic modules of solar panels on more than 49,000 square feet has a capacity of 708-kilowatt (KW).

Earlier Pacific Jeans installed a 70KW solar plant on the roof of NHT Fashions Ltd, another concern of the Group, in April this year.

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Figure 2: A rooftop solar power plant with automatic cleaning system with a capacity of 3.5mw per day has been installed at Universal Jeans Ltd, a concern of Pacific Jeans.

The Group is also setting up its largest solar plant on the roof of its unit Pacific Jeans Ltd, the daily capacity of which will be 5.5mw per day and that’s scheduled to be launched by this year too.

The total amount of carbon offset since installation of the first solar plant stands at 638 tons.

Pacific Jeans Group has planned to set up rooftop solar power plants in all its manufacturing units by 2025 in a bid to get at least 20 per cent of the group’s energy requirement from renewable sources.

The Group has set a target to reduce its carbon emissions by 65 percent within 2030.

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