Lahore, (PR):  LONGi, a global frontrunner in solar panel manufacturing, unveiled its latest innovations at the prestigious ISEM International Solar Energy Meet Exhibition & Summit held at Expo Center Lahore. The event served as a platform for LONGi to introduce its diverse range of products tailored specifically for the Pakistani market, with the spotlight on its groundbreaking offering, the LONGi Horizon with the slogan ‘LONGi Horizon for Pakistan’.

LONGi Horizon stands out as a bespoke solution meticulously crafted to meet the unique demands of the Pakistani market. This cutting-edge module, LR5-28HTH, is designed to deliver exceptional performance in varying environmental conditions, ensuring reliability and efficiency in energy production. Offering a power output range of 215~225M, the LONGi Horizon provides flexibility and scalability for diverse applications, catering to the evolving needs of customers.

With a 5-year warranty for both materials and processing, as well as an additional 5-year warranty for extra linear power output, LONGi Horizon exemplifies the company’s commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. Its impressive 21.6% max module efficiency ensures maximum energy production, while the 0~3% power tolerance guarantees consistent and reliable power output under real-world conditions.

“We are thrilled to present our latest advancements in solar panel technology at the ISEM Exhibition & Summit,” said Ali Majid, General Manager at LONGi Pakistan Branch. “The launch of LONGi Horizon reaffirms our commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions tailored to the specific needs of the Pakistani market. With its unmatched performance, reliability, and efficiency, we believe LONGi Horizon will play a pivotal role in accelerating the adoption of solar energy across Pakistan.”

LONGi’s participation at the ISEM Exhibition & Summit underscores its dedication to driving the adoption of solar energy in Pakistan. By showcasing innovative solutions like the LONGi Horizon, the company aims to empower businesses and communities to embrace sustainable energy practices while contributing to the fight against climate change.


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