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Waaree Energies commissions ground-mounted solar project in Vietnam

Tuesday, 04 Jun 2019
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Waaree Energies has commissioned and inaugurated 49.5 MW ground-mounted solar project in Vietnam on 4 June 2019. The project, in association with Song Giang Solar Power, marks Waaree Energies’ foray in South East Asia.

The project is being developed in the Khanh Hoa province, and the plant is expected to generate more than 78,600 MWh per year. This project will mark the completion of over 600 MW solar EPC projects.

The project which has been approved by Vietnam Electricity for 45 MW AC, 49.5 MWp DC, has Waaree Energies as the turnkey EPC partner and the brand will also be responsible for supervision of the plant’s operations and maintenance (O&M).

The project has been aligned with the objective of achieving Vietnam government’s target of 12 GW from solar installations. The project has also generated over 500 jobs for locals residing in the region.

The solar power project has a direct current (DC) feature, which has been installed on a 60 ha site in Cam Ranh City. Vietnam Electricity, will be the purchaser of the plant's output and has signed a contract for 20 years based on the feed-in tariff (FiT), set by the Vietnam government. Waaree Energies has clientele spanning across 68 countries.

 
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