A Chinese leading solar company Zonergy Corporation, a long-standing and strong partner of Pakistan in solar power generation, donated RMB 100,000 to support the relief and rehabilitation efforts of Pakistan for the flood-hit people in Pakistan.
Zonergy Executive Voice President Changbin Qiu presented the check to Pakistani Ambassador Moin ul Haque at a ceremony held in the Pakistan Embassy Beijing, according to a report published by China Economic (CEN) on Tuesday.
Sharing his grief and condolences with the bereaved families, Changbin Qiu said his company will continue to support the people of Pakistan in this difficult time.
He informed that his company has already provided portable solar devices worth Rs 6.4 million and food supplies worth Rs 2.4 million to help the affected people in different parts of Pakistan.
He said Zonergy Corporation had previously donated Rs 5 million for the Prime Minister COVID Relief Fund.
“Our company has long been committed to Pakistan’s public welfare undertakings, fulfilling its corporate social responsibility, investing in the construction of purified drinking water stations in water-deficient areas to provide local residents with clean water, donating equipment to the Bahadin Zakriya University in Multan, Bahawalpur, and the Islamic University Training Resource Center, and offering internship opportunities for students,” he mentioned.
Speaking at the occasion, Ambassador Moin ul Haque appreciated the assistance provided by Zonergy Corporation in this difficult time.
Haque said that the company has developed a solar power project in the Qauid Azam solar park in Bahawalpur, which is an important project under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
He further appreciated the support and solidarity of the Chinese government and people for Pakistan during natural disasters, emphasizing that Chinese assistance to Pakistan for flood victims has once again proven the unique nature of fraternal ties between the two countries.
He lauded the company for producing clean energy and helping mitigate the negative impact of climate change.