Reon Energy has announced that its recent installation of a 5.3 MW bus charging station in collaboration with Redco International Qatar has been inscribed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest bus charging station.
The first-of-its-kind solar bus charging depot was built in Al Lusail, Qatar, for the FIFA World Cup 2022. The project’s goal is to help with transportation during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and beyond.
During the World Cup, the 5.3 MW project will power the operation of 241 buses, which will transport approximately 23,700 fans.
The project’s main goal is to increase public transit ridership and transition to clean energy in transportation in order to improve overall air and climate quality in Qatar. The project will generate 7,843 MWh of energy per year and save 4,823.98 tonnes of carbon.
Reon, a Dawood Group company, is Pakistan’s leading Solar and Storage Solutions Specialist, with extensive experience in project development, financial advisory, engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC), and asset performance management.
Industrial solutions for cement, oil and gas, coal mining, textile, dairy, and telecommunications are among the company’s offerings. Reon is committed to a sustainable energy future in order to promote economic growth and well-being.
Since 1982, Redco International has been a leading industrial manufacturing and contracting group in Qatar.
Since the 1980s, Redco International has been a leader in precast concrete manufacturing and erection in Qatar, as well as a leader in ready-mix concrete manufacturing, steel cut and bend, Mechanical-Electrical Plumbing (MEP), and building works (general contracting).
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