30 Aug '16, 11am

Sunseap to develop Cambodia’s first large-scale solar farm: Singapore-based renewables firm Sunseap Group has...

Sunseap to develop Cambodia’s first large-scale solar farm: Singapore-based renewables firm Sunseap Group has...

The project, expected to be complete in 2017, will supply energy to the equivalent of 2,600 households in Bavet City and Svay Rieng Province. Credit: Sunseap Singapore-based renewables firm Sunseap Group has won a 10MW solar PV project in Cambodia, the Southeast Asian country’s first ever utility-scale solar plant tendered by the government. Sunseap has now signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with national utility Electricite Du Cambodge (EDC). Sunseap Cambodia, a majority-owned subsidiary of Sunseap Group, will be executing this project along with EDC in Svay Rieng Province, Bavet City. The site is 130km south-east from the capital, Phnom Penh. The project, expected to be complete in 2017, will supply energy to the equivalent of 2,600 households in the Province and will also create 100 jobs. Sunseap said it will also provide a training programme to impart technologica...

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