Week In ASEAN: Reservoir Link Energy Bags Six Fresh Solar Contracts Valued at RM6.59 Million; ACEN RES Energizes the JPMorgan Chase Tower Exclusively with Renewable Energy Sources; And More

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Reservoir Link Energy Bags Six Fresh Solar Contracts Valued at RM6.59 Million


Reservoir Link Energy Bhd, a company specializing in energy-related services, has successfully obtained six new solar contracts from June to August 2023, through its subsidiary Founder Energy Sdn Bhd, in which it holds a 51% stake. These contracts, collectively valued at RM6.59 million, signify the Group’s commitment to the solar energy sector. Leveraging its expertise and experience in solar renewable energy, the Group is poised to execute the aforementioned projects. These projects cover a diverse scope of work, including engineering procurement, construction, commissioning, and solar facility earthing works. These projects are situated in Selangor, Johor, and Penang.

ACEN RES Energizes the JPMorgan Chase Tower Exclusively with Renewable Energy Sources


ACEN Renewable Energy Solutions (ACEN RES) has joined hands with the Philippine arm of JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., a globally distinguished financial institution, to furnish 100% renewable energy for its national corporate headquarters. The collaboration operates within the framework of the Retail Competition and Open Access (RCOA) initiative, which grants companies the autonomy to select their preferred retail electricity provider. The partnership was recently commemorated through a special ceremonial occasion graced by prominent figures from ACEN and JPMorgan Chase. Through its lessor, Asia Affinity, JPMorgan Chase entered into a Retail Electricity Supply Agreement with ACEN RES, signifying the power source for its towering 25-story office edifice located in Taguig City.

Aboitiz Renewables Advances Solar Initiatives In Negros Occidental And Zambales, Philippines

Aboitiz Power Corporation (AboitizPower) subsidiary Aboitiz Renewables Inc. (ARI) will add to the company’s growing portfolio of renewable energy with new solar facilities in Negros Occidental and Zambales. ARI will build the 172.7 MWp solar power project in Calatrava, Negros Occidental. It is expected to export electricity to the grid via the Calatrava substation as soon as December 2024. Construction will commence in September within an approximate land area of 143 hectares. It will be undertaken by SUMEC Complete Equipment and Engineering Co., Ltd., the same firm currently completing the 159 MWp Laoag Solar Project of PV Sinag, Inc.

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KAB Consortium Chosen As Solar Power Producer For Corporate Green Power Programme

Kinergy Advancement Berhad, a leading One-Stop Energy & Engineering Solutions Provider, announces that the consortium of Salcon Berhad and KAB Smart Solar Energy Sdn. Bhd (KSSE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of KAB Energy Holdings Sdn Bhd (KABEH) has been selected as one of the solar power producers under the Corporate Green Power Programme (CGPP). The Consortium, representing one of the 71 applications to date has been awarded the solar power producer under the CGPP, with an export capacity allocation of 7.00 MWac. Presently, 563.42MWac has been awarded to 22 applicants of which the remainder 236.58MWac has yet to be assigned.

Micron Technology Initiates Major Rooftop Solar Project In Singapore For Sustainable Operations

Micron Technology, a prominent global memory chip manufacturer, is currently engaged in the installation of 36,000 solar panels on its Singapore fabrication plant rooftops and carport shelter tops. This sustainable initiative aims to utilize the generated renewable energy to reduce the company’s carbon footprint. The completion of this solar panel project by 2024 will generate enough electricity to power around 6,000 homes, as per Mr Chen Kok Sing, Vice President and Singapore Country Manager of Micron. This venture is a collaborative effort with Singapore’s Sembcorp Industries. Under the agreement, Sembcorp is responsible for the installation on Micron’s premises, granting Micron access to concessional tariffs for the produced power over several years.

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Thailand’s Suvarnabhumi Airport Takes A Green Leap With Solar Rooftop Panels

The Airports of Thailand (AoT) has successfully implemented solar rooftop panels on the passenger terminal of Suvarnabhumi Airport. This is part of a broader initiative aimed at achieving a target of 20% of the airport’s electricity being sourced from clean energy within the next two years. Kerati Kijmanawat, the Director of AoT, highlighted the significance of this solar rooftop project in the airport’s journey to becoming Thailand’s inaugural “green airport,” emphasizing its role as a model for other airports seeking to adopt eco-friendly practices. With a capacity of 4.4 megawatts (MW), the solar power system is set to provide electricity to the terminal.

Shizen Energy, Alamport, And NiX Power Up Rooftop Plant For DNP Indonesia

Shizen Energy Inc., Alamport Inc., and NiX JAPAN Co., Ltd. have begun trial operation of a 1.6 MWp rooftop solar power plant for PT DNP Indonesia, an Indonesian subsidiary of Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (DNP). A ceremony was held on August 7 to celebrate the commencement of the power plant. Shizen Energy, Alamport, and NiX have jointly established PT ATW Alam Hijau (Alam Energy) with ATW Group, which provides solar power generation equipment sales and construction services. Alam Energy provides solar rental services to manufacturers and other industrial customers as well as commercial facilities in Indonesia.

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Consortium Led By HEB To Develop 29.99MW Photovoltaic Plant Under Malaysia’s Green Power Program

In a recent development, HEB, a prominent entity, wishes to announce a significant achievement. On August 15, 2023, a consortium comprising HSS Engineering Sdn Bhd (HSSE), Shizen Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Solarvest Asset Management Sdn Bhd, and Aziho Trading Sdn Bhd received a Letter of Notification from the Energy Commission (ST), marking a pivotal milestone for a dynamic initiative. The consortium, with HSSE as a subsidiary of HEB, was selected to develop a Photovoltaic Plant (PV Plant) with an export capacity of 29.99MW. This noteworthy project is set to shape Malaysia’s renewable energy landscape.

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