Renewable Energy

It is an energy that is derived from natural resources, it is renewed and does not run out. Since it's derived from natural resources

Renewable Solar Energy:

It is an energy that is derived from natural resources, it is renewed and does not run out. Since it's derived from natural resources, it does significantly less harm to the environment and human health compared to other methods of energy harvesting. Renewable energy sources are mainly produced from solar, wind, or water sources. In this regard, the world's countries agreed based on the Kyoto protocol in 1997 signed in Japan, and the Paris Agreement on climate change in 2016, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and committed to investing in a variety of renewable energy systems. It is worth noting that the Middle East and our country are among the best regions in the world to obtain the largest amount of solar energy and use it as an alternative to other energy sources to generate electricity. 


Benefits of using Solar energy



The Department:

The Department of Solar Energy at Big Power Company was established in 2017, with experienced solar engineers and skilled technicians who work as a team to install solar energy systems in Kurdistan and Iraq. We ensure that our solar energy system projects are implemented followed by international standards. 




We make sure our solar energy system installments are followed by international standards. The procedure of our designs to execute a professional and safe system by experienced solar engineers as follows: 

  • Complete theoretical calculation.
  • Designing using advanced solar programs.
  • Analyzing weaknesses to prevent any negative incomes.
  • Commissioning the system, aiming for >95% precision.
  • Solar panel adjustment and wiring utilizing types of diagrams.


Middle East and Solar Energy:

The Middle East acquires plenty of sunlight and has extensive, sparsely populated deserts that are ideal for collecting solar energy. To confirm, the Global Horizontal irradiance (GHl) unit is kWh/m2 per day, which is the total amount of shortwave radiation received from the sun by a surface horizontal to the ground. Iraq's surface receives a vast amount of sunlight yearly, according to (WBG, SOLARGIS & ESMAP)'s data, which shows that from the year 1999 to 2018, Iraq received an average of 1970 kWh/m2 of sunlight annually. This amount of solar radiation has significant potential to generate electricity through solar energy systems. 


BigPower Solar Projects:

1Family Mall solar projectSulaymaniyah2.2 MWON GRID
2Yanay Peshmerge Sulaymaniyah40 kwON GRID
3Dr. Warzer's Sulaymaniyah Heights VillaSulaymaniyah30 kwON GRID
4Zhyan Foundation Chamchamal70 kwHYBRID
5Kamaran's Private Villa Sitak28 kwHYBRID
6Big Power Warehouse Sitak18 kwON GRID


Sample Projects:




Family mall Solar System