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Sungrow With INPOS To Build 61MWp+ Rooftop Solar Projects

Sungrow, the global leading inverter supplier for renewables, is cooperating with INPOS, a Vietnamese investor and EPC contractor for rooftop solar, to build a batch of rooftop solar projects for many multinational corporations factories like Taiwan Flour, Khanh Hoa Beverage, Miza Paper, etc. The total capacity excesses 61 MWp, which can reduce 48,405 tons of CO2 emissions annually, equivalent to planting 3,355,000 trees. The projects spread from northern to southern Vietnam, and they have been successfully commissioned since 2020. In 2022, over 20 MWp will be commissioned and deployed and are expected to reduce 16,460 tons CO2 per year.

Banpu PCL Acquires 49.04% Stake In Solar Esco Of Vietnam

Banpu Public Company Limited, a leading international versatile energy provider, has continued the expansion of its green energy portfolio by venturing into the energy technology business sphere in Vietnam. Recently, BRE Singapore Pte. Ltd. (BRES), a wholly-owned subsidiary company of Banpu NEXT Co., Ltd., in which Banpu holds 50% shareholding, has signed a Shares Subscription Agreement (SSA) for the purchase of 49.04% shareholding in Solar Esco Joint Stock Company, a leading renewable energy company and provider of integrated solar rooftop platform in Vietnam. The transaction, expected to be completed by the second quarter of 2022, is a part of Banpu’s acceleration plan toward achieving the goal of increasing EBITDA contribution from greener energy and energy technology businesses to over 50% by 2025.

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FIMER and Philippine GeoGreen Reduce Jollibee’s Power Consumption by 33% in 3 Months with PVS-10/33 Inverter

Having appointed Philippine GeoGreen, Inc. to install FIMER’s PVS-10/33-TL three-phase string inverter solution, the fast-food outlet has reported a significant 33% of energy savings within just three months. The energy savings were achieved despite the store’s increased business activity following the relaxation of local social distancing measures. To date, Jollibee’s Lam-an branch is the first outlet in Mindanao, the Philippines’ second largest region, to operate fully on solar energy. For the fast-food joint, the PV installation represents an important step towards sustainability and reducing its carbon footprint in its day-to-day operations. With the PV installation providing greater energy efficiency, Jollibee is expected to save around 24 tons of carbon emissions annually.

Shell Malaysia Installs More Than 200 Solar Panels At Its Retail Stations

Shell is working with Cleantech Solar to install solar panels at its retail stations in Malaysia. So far, a total of 22,505 solar Photo Voltaic (PV) panels with a total capacity of 10.12 megawatt (MWp) have been installed on the roofs of 216 stations as part of the company’s commitment to run a safe, efficient, responsible, and profitable business. Exemplifying this, the current number of solar panels in our stations can generate 12,939 MWh of electrical energy, enough to power roughly 3740 households in a year.

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Trina Solar Launches New Universal Solution For Residential and Commercial Applications in Australia: Double-Glass Vertex S+ Module

Trina Solar is launching its Vertex S+ module in Australia, the first country in the world to unveil this higher power, higher efficiency module. “We chose Australia for the launch of Vertex S+ to reinforce our position as Australia’s number one solar module brand* and to capitalise on the tremendous growth in the commercial, industrial and residential solar market here,” says Trina Solar Asia Pacific president Todd Li. Vertex S+ is designed specifically for residential rooftops as well as for commercial and industrial (C&I) rooftops. Last year was a record year for solar module installations in Australia driven by the rooftop market for C&I and residential.

SCG’s Unit To Generate 30% Of Energy From Renewables

A unit under the Cement and Building Materials Business of Siam Cement Group (SCG), Cement and Green Solution Business plans to increase its usage of renewable energy resources. The target is to have more than 30% of energy generation from renewables. “Now 70% of our energy comes from fossil fuel sources, notably oil and coal, but we are going to gradually decrease this share,” said Chana Poomee, vice-president of Cement and Green Solution Business. SCG generates 200 MWs of electricity just from solar power for its Cement and Building Materials and Petrochemical Business. The Cement and Building Materials Business targets to have 97 MW of floating and on-ground solar farms to reduce its carbon emissions by 75,000 tonnes annually.

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