slamic Republic of Pakistan (60-80 degrees EAST longitude, 23-37 degrees north latitude
The hottest season in Pakistan is June and July, when the noon temperature in most parts of Pakistan exceeds 40℃, but in some parts of Sindh and Baluchistan, the noon temperature may reach 50℃. The northern mountainous areas with an altitude of more than 2 kilometers are cooler and have large temperature differences, with an average temperature difference of about 14℃ day and night. The coldest temperatures are from December to February.
Pakistan is located in subtropical region, except baluchistan region, Pakistan mostly belongs to the tropical monsoon climate, and the temperate monsoon climate of eastern China has similarities, but its temperature is much higher than that of eastern China. The coastal areas of Pakistan have high temperature and small temperature difference. The climate in the northwestern high mountains and Baluchistan Plateau is changeable with large temperature difference. Some high mountains in the north even have perennial snow. The baluchistan region is mountainous and desert with a hot, dry climate.
Lingtechsolar took into account altitude, latitude, longitude, light conditions, light duration, light radiation, direction, Angle, wind, humidity, salinity, sand conditions, temperature and other factors when designing the project.