Here's how Master Group is producing 4 times more renewable energy than it consumes

Master Wind Energy currently has two operational wind power projects, with an accumulative capacity of approximately 103 Megawatts
Published April 4, 2022

The fact that the world needs newer and sustainable forms of renewable and clean energy is no secret. As technology continues to advance, so do our choices of sustainable energy.

Significantly, wind energy is one of the fastest-growing energy sources globally.

At Master Group of Industries, the team understands that wind energy is set to dominate the energy sector in the years to come. Hence, they are committed to providing clean and reliable energy sources by building and operating state-of-the-art wind power facilities.

Their mission is to serve the country and set an example as a responsible entity while catering to shareholders' interests; in addition to that, they also aim to provide technical excellence to certify the effective delivery of renewable and sustainable energy in Pakistan.

Our motherland is blessed with the gift of natural beauty and natural resources, providing us with all we need and more. By capitalising on this thought, the Master Group has taken up the responsibility to add to the progression of this great nation.

Managing director of Master MoltyFoam and Master Wind Energy, Mr. Shahzad Malik, says, " The cost of electricity in this country has gone exponentially high. We need to have our basket of electricity in Pakistan to be reduced through renewable resources."

Notably, Master Wind Energy currently has two operational wind power projects, with an accumulative capacity of approximately 103 Megawatts.

Shahzad Malik further adds, "We want to help the country come together and create a negative emission structure, and with your help, we can make it a reality."

Furthermore, with new and existing pipelines of hydro and solar power projects, the Master Group of Industries continues to do their part in making sure the electricity continues to come down while at the same time ensuring a sustainable environment for generations to come.

While sharing a fascinating insight, Shahzad states, "We are producing four times more energy than we are consuming as a group hence making us a carbon-negative organisation. Today our capacity totals 105.3 MW of renewable energy."

The residents of Jhimpir and Jamshoro found a great source of livelihood from these projects.

At the same time, Master Group is also at the forefront in the community service of these people. The Master Group of Industries intends to be engaged further in similar social service initiatives.

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