China’s ‘Zonergy’ remains central focus at exhibition in Karachi
KARACHI, Nov. 23 (Gwadar Pro) – Three-day 17th International Trade and Industrial Fair of Pakistan in Karachi concluded last week when visitors showed huge interest in clean and renewable energy solutions.
A large number of local and International companies displayed their state of the art products. However, a stall established by ‘Zonergy’ a company which has expertise clean and hybrid energy remained talk of the town.
Zonergy showcased its Portable devices, Panels, On-grid and Hybrid Inverters and heating plates for visitors.
The exhibition attracted 5000 visitors from the industry to forge partnership and sign business deals. The Electronic Media channels provided extensive coverage to event in which Zonergy sales lead from South, Central and North region briefed the TV channels about Zonergy projects and company footprint in Pakistani Market. Zonergy Team have taken lead in the exhibition to represent Zonergy as leading solar brand of Pakistan with largest renewable energy market share.
General Manager (sales) Mr. Zhang appreciated the E-Commerce for organizing Industry oriented Exhibition he further said “The exhibition played vital role in bridging the gap between the end user and the industry.
“It’s a good omen in Post COVID Scenario and provide opportunity to give firsthand experience to end product users. Zonergy always believe in providing experience base products to its customers and welcome the client feedbacks to offer best competitive solar solutions. We’ll continue our journey towards excellence to elevate the solar industry in Pakistan and ensure to raise the bar for the highest standards,” Mr. Zhang said.
The company is active in electricity generation in Pakistan. As part of the US$46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, Zonergy has established Quaid I Azam Solar power plant, the largest solar farm in the world, a 1000 MW facility at the Bahawalpur in the Cholistan Desert. This projected has created 231 permanent jobs. While as many as 1200 jobs were created while constructing the power plant.