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Pakistan has faced energy crises for a long time, and now these crises have created environmental problems as well. Considering the unstable supply of electricity as well as the sky-rocketing bills have created unrivaled importance of utilizing solar energy. A complete solar system in Pakistan can help you save money on electricity along with a stable supply. Of many environmental, economic, and social reasons for getting a solar system, one that attracts every person is undeniably the amount of nickels you can save. Installing a solar panel system takes upfront investment that may leave some people unsure about the profit they will gain, but the return on investment is long term in the case of solar energy. We have tried to answer the question that every prospective customer has on their mind, “How much money can you save using a solar system?”

How Much You Can Save?

There is no definite way to explain this since solar is a long term investment plan that will keep on profiting you for the next 20-30 years. Another reason is that solar panels do not benefit you in only one way, so explaining it based on one aspect is unfair. The basic rule of saving is, “the more you generate, the less grid electricity you use, the more you save.” Solar power in Pakistan has a lot of potentials as compared to other cold region countries, and consumers can enjoy more advantages than those people.

Ways You Can Save

Many ways can help you save money with the help of solar plates in Pakistan. These ways are explained below.

Generation of Free Electricity

Undoubtedly, the prime source of savings is the generation of free electricity from the Sun’s energy. If the capacity of the system is adequate, you can run all your appliances on solar power throughout the day. The only bill you will have to pay will depend upon the electricity you use at night. If the proper system is installed depending upon your needs, on average, you can save up to 50 – 80% of your monthly electricity bill. The results are even better during the winter when the usage has decreased significantly. To make the most out of your investment, you need to know how many solar panels you need for your home.

Net Metering

It is a wonderful phenomenon that has made the installation of the solar system more profitable than ever. The introduction of net metering in Pakistan is a revolutionary step that people did not believe in at first, but now because of its benefits, most people try to get net metering installed as soon as possible. It is a credit system with the help of which you can sell the excess electricity your system produces back to the grid in exchange for credits. These credits can either be cashed out or you can adjust them against your bill. In summers, most of the electricity is used, and very little is sent to the grid, but in winter, people can have more than 50,000 rupees in credit that they can use to cancel against their summer bills. To understand net metering in detail, have a look at how the net metering system works.

Bulwark against Ever-Increasing Bills

Bill prices are always hiking, and they will keep on going up because of the utilization of fossil fuels to create electricity. Solar energy systems in Pakistan can help you save money by freeing you from the worries of increasing electricity rates. Even if the prices are touching the sky, you will be paying up to 3 -4 rupees per unit on average.

Your Solar System is Practically Free

Getting a solar system installed may look like investing in a lot of money at one time, but if you think for a second, your system is free. Solar panels not only help you save money on electricity but they repay for their cost as well. The average payback period for any type of solar system is almost 5 years. It means that you can recover your investment in solar in almost five years through savings. The next two decades are free and you will only be reaping the benefits. Apart from that, these solar solutions are self-driven systems and do not require any maintenance and optimization charges. The most you will need to do is to get your solar panels cleaned.

Saving Tables

Here we are listing savings tables for some of the widely used solar systems that will show how much you can save per year.

 3 KW SOLAR PANEL
Description Value
Solar System Capacity (KW) 3
System Cost (RS) 450,000
Annual Solar Unit Production (KWh) 4,380
Per Unit Charge (Off-peak) – (RS) 20
Savings (RS) 87,600
Payback Period 5 Years
5 KW SOLAR PANEL
Description Value
Solar System Capacity (KW) 5
System Cost (RS)                  695,000
Annual Solar Unit Production (KWh) 7,300
Per Unit Charge (Off-peak) – (RS) 20
Savings (RS)                     146,000
Payback Period 5 Years
10 KW SOLAR PANEL
Description Value
Solar System Capacity (KW) 10
System Cost (RS)                  1,150,000
Annual Solar Unit Production (KWh)                        14,600
Per Unit Charge (Off-peak) – (RS) 20
Savings (RS)                     292,000
Payback Period 4 Years
15 KW SOLAR PANEL
Description Value
Solar System Capacity (KW) 15
System Cost (RS) 1,650,000
Annual Solar Unit Production (KWh) 21,900
Per Unit Charge (Off-peak) – (RS) 20
Savings (RS) 438,000
Payback Period 4 Years
20 KW SOLAR PANEL
Description Value
Solar System Capacity (KW) 20
System Cost (RS) 2,195,000
Annual Solar Unit Production (KWh) 29,200
Per Unit Charge (Off-peak) – (RS) 20
Savings (RS) 584,000
Payback Period 4 Years
Save More with Premier’s Superior Solutions

Premier Energy has been in the business with a mindset to give more for less, putting vision and mission over profit. We use only the best available products that will provide you the comfort of the highest level at a very reasonable price. We want you to save more, our products feature the highest efficiency and maximum production, so every bit of your investment gives you many times more.

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