Phase 1 Of Alaska Milk Station In The Philippines Successfully Connected To The Grid


With Energy China as the EPC contractor, the Phase I of Alaska Milk Station (3.024MW) in the Philippines has been successfully connected to the grid and officially put into operation. The project is 30 km south to Manila, with a planned capacity of 6.048 MW.


It will be built in two phases with a single roof area of 30,000 square meters, making it the largest single roof photovoltaic project in the Philippines. After completion, the project will supply electricity to the Alaska Milk Plant, a leading dairy producer in the Philippines. Energy China is responsible for the design, procurement, construction, commissioning and other parts of the project.


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