Khalid Islam

Khalid Islam

Chief Strategy Officer

MSc. Electonics BZU Multan (Sahiwal)

Zorays Khalid - Team

Zorays Khalid

Chief Executive Officer

BSc. Electronic Engineering GIKI

Muhammad Faysal

Muhammad Faysal

Manager Technical Sales

Bsc. in Mechanical Engineering
Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology

Afshan Jamshed

Afshan Jamshaid

Research and Development Official

PHD Candidate at OIST Japan

Awais ur Rehman

Awais Ur Rehman

Business Development Manager (Baluchistan)

MS. Control Systems PIEAS

Umer Farooq

Business Development Manager (KPK)

Bsc. Electronic Engineering (GIKI)

Jasim Humaiyun

Jasim Humayun

Business Development Manager (Islamabad Capital Territory)

Msc. Industrial Engineering Kadir Has University (Istanbul)

Umer Farooq Malik

Umer Farooq Malik

Civil Consultant

Bsc. Civil Engineering NUST

Most used solar tools
One of the frequently asked questions in training concerns the tools required to act as an installer. 

In addition to the basic toolkit (screwdrivers, pliers, tape measure, blade, wrench, hammer, etc.), the photovoltaic installer will make use of all PPE's and PPE's, which consist of helmets, boots, gloves, goggles, seat belt, lanyard and other accessories. 

For the installation of the photovoltaic arrangement on the roofs, the main tools required are: a scaffold or ladder, drills and screwdrivers, as well as a bow or circular saw. 

Photovoltaic-specific tools are also used, such as cutting pliers, multimeter, megometer, MC4-type crimping pliers, MC4-connector clamping and opening wrenches, stripping pliers.