Case Study: ENA & HR Cotton

H.R. Cotton Exports Contributes Towards Sustainable Environment by Saving 162 Metric Tons of CO2 Annually with The Help of Solar Power Solution by ENA


H.R. Cotton Exports is a company operating in
Pakistan and manufacturing textile products for
export markets.
HR Cotton was facing the issue of higher electricity
bills that directly affect its cost of production and cost
of operations and was looking to have a renewable
energy solution that proves to be both cost-effective and sustainable.


• To offset their standard electrical demand

• To save on power bills to reduce the overall cost of

• Have the potential to considerably offset their
baseload electrical demand during breaks

• Meet the organization’s sustainability goals and
reduce their carbon footprint


H.R. Cotton has engaged Energy & Automation (ENA),
which is a company of Jaffer Business Systems. ENA
proposed Solar Power Solution to H.R. Cotton and
implemented 150KW solar on grid system with genset.

H.R. Cotton is an export driven company, and its
nature of business is highly electricity intensive.

By deploying a 150KW solar on-grid system, HR Cotton
can generate a significant amount of electricity,
reducing its reliance on conventional grid electricity.
The solar power solution is a cost-effective solution
that would offset its high power bills and reduce their
carbon emissions to improve environmental sustainability.

Impact on Business & Environment

Savings on Electricity Bills

The solar solution results in lower electricity bills for
the company. With this solution the company can
save up to 60% on electricity bills. Additionally, any
excess electricity generated can be credited or
compensated, further reducing costs.

Lower Cost of Production

Being in an electricity intensive industry, where the
electricity prices significantly increase the cost of
production, the savings on electricity bills ultimately
bring down the cost of production for the company
hence offering competitive prices in the export

Inflation Hedge

Solar power provides long-term budget certainty in
the face of fluctuating electricity prices. The company
can avoid budget blowout from unexpected power
price increases.

Reducing Carbon Footprint

The environmental benefits of using solar power
extend beyond the immediate cost savings and help
create a greener and more sustainable future for the
wider community.

By utilizing solar power instead of coal, HR Cotton can
reduce its reliance on fossil fuels and mitigate the
negative environmental impacts associated with
coal combustion.

H.R. cotton can save up to 162 metric tons of CO2
annually with this solution.