Diamond Paints now saves 800 kW of electrical energy per year by shifting 50% of its electrical load to solar energy – Sponsored

It is estimated that the measure could result in a reduction of up to 800 metric tonnes of carbon emissions.

With the goal of making the world a cleaner, safer and greener space for generations to come, individuals and organizations around the world are working towards sustainability; Pakistan has also recently started to see many large-scale organizations shift to more environmentally friendly operating measures.

One of those names is Diamond Paints Pakistan, which has joined this global initiative to protect the integrity of the environment by shifting 50% of its electrical load to solar power.

This effort will help conserve 800 kW of electric power and further reduce the multi-faceted threat of environmental instability.

The project covers 85,000 square feet of land with installations of more than 1,650 solar panels, led by experts.

It is estimated that this action could reduce up to 800 metric tonnes of carbon emissions.

Mir Shoaib Ahmed, CEO of Diamond Paints, announced: “As a responsible brand, we have decided to switch from conventional energy to solar energy. The grid-connected solar system will help conserve enough energy to light up to 300 homes for an entire year ”.

With the rapid depletion of natural resources and the energy crisis in Pakistan, environmentally friendly green initiatives are the need of the moment.

The company is actively working to make its mission statement “the use of modern and innovative processes and compliance with international standards” a reality.

“This will not only help bring environmental stability by reducing carbon emissions, but will also lead to water conservation,” adds the CEO.

Previously, the company worked on several CSR projects promoting sportsmanship and encouraging young artists.

Watch the full video posted by Diamond Paint about the achievement:

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