Zero Carbon is pleased to inform that the Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB) has issued a license under the category ARE-VI (installations of capacity up to 1,000 kW) for net metering implementation in Pakistan.
Zero carbon has fulfilled all the pre-qualifications required to achieve this license as a renewable energy company. The company aims to help domestic, commercial and industrial clients to provide them on-grid net-metered solutions. It would enable our clients to sell back excess electricity to the grid which has substantially reduced the payback period making these solutions cost-effective and energy-efficient.
NEPRA – National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Alternative & Renewable Energy) announced Distributed Generation and Net Metering Regulations on September 1, 2015. As per these regulations, any customer connected with the national grid (having three-phase connection) can avail net-metering facility for small-scale (3kW to 1MW) Renewable Energy installations.
The ARE 2019 Policy, as a component of the overall plan, has a vision of the development of an efficient, sustainable, affordable, and eco-friendly power system while promoting indigenization of energy resources and development of local manufacturing capabilities in Pakistan