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Week In ASEAN: Sunseap Signs MoU with Riau Islands for Large-scale Solar Energy and Storage Plants; And More

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Sunseap Signs MoU with Riau Islands for Large-scale Solar Energy and Storage Plants

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Sunseap Group is Singapore’s largest provider of clean energy solutions. Today, Sunseap signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Riau Islands provincial government to jointly develop large-scale solar energy storage and energy plants that will supply electricity to Singapore and the Riau Islands. The MoU covers land available for Sunseap to construct solar energy plants and energy storage system (ESS) on 3,000 hectares. Sunseap conducted surveys, location mappings and technical planning on many islands in Riau Islands Province. This includes Combol and Citlim.

CK Power Installs 6 Solar Panels With A Capacity Of 400 Watts

CKPower continues the 6th year of the Firefly project under the CSR strategy to create value for society, which is “Fill-To- Join-Create” to fulfill educational opportunities for students in Hin Hua Suea Kindergarten, Saisomboon Province, Lao PDR by bringing renewable energy innovations to install solar cells and necessary utilities and to promote and improve the quality of life of students and people in the community.

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KAB Inks 5 Rooftop Solar PPAs Worth RM46.8 Million With Combined Capacity Of 4,284 kWp In Thailand

Kejuruteraan Asastera Berhad (“KAB”), an electrical and mechanical engineering services provider in Malaysia, through its indirect subsidiaries, KAB Gree Solar Thai Co Ltd, announced that it has inked five Rooftop Solar Power Generating System Construction and Power Purchase Agreements (“PPAs”) with an estimated aggregate capacity of 4,284 kilowatt-peak (kWp) in Thailand. The agreement, amongst others, requires KAB to construct, install, operate, and maintain the Grid-Connected Photovoltaic (“GCPV”) solar system for Siam Machinery and Equipment Co Ltd and four subsidiaries of Aapico Group of Companies (“Aapico Ayutthaya”), namely Aapico Hitech Public Company Limited, Aapico Hitech Parts Company Limited, Aapico Hitech Tooling Company Limited, and Able Sanoh Industries (1996) Company Limited.

Quantum Power With ib vogt To Build US$5 Billion Solar Plus Storage Facility In Indonesia

Quantum Power Asia (Quantum Power) collaborates with ib vogt for building a US$5 billion solar power and storage facility. The project is spread across 4000 hectares in the Riau Islands, Indonesia. The project is expected to be completed by 2032 and once completed, it will meet 8% of the country’s electricity demands. It has capacity to generate 3.5 GW of solar PV and can store 12 GWh of renewable energy to be exported to Singapore. Quantum engineers, finances, installs and operates renewable energy systems across Southeast Asia and is focused on delivering high-quality and reliable electricity that is generated by clean and renewable energy.

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BayWa r.e. To Build First Floating Solar Farm In Thailand With UBE

BayWa r.e. BayWa r.e. has collaborated with Ubon Bio Ethanol PCL, one of Thailand’s most respected manufacturers and distributors for processed cassava products. Ubon helped to establish its first floating solar platform at Ubon Ratchathani (about 615km northeast of Bangkok). The Floating Photovoltaic Farm, also known as “floatovoltaic”, will generate approximately 4,440 MWh of electricity in its first year of operation. It is BayWa r.e.’s first floating platform project. The UBE in Ubon Ratchathani is home to the 2.83 MW farm. Two floating platforms technologies were deployed on two ponds. One used a pure pontoon technology, the other with a pontoon-and-metal support structure floating technology.

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