Located at the Ulu Pandan NEWater Plant, the project is scheduled to be online next February. While SolarGy will perform the EPC activities, K-Green Trust will own the plant and Keppel Seghers NEWater Development Co., Pte. Ltd will manage it.
Meanwhile, China-based Yingli Green Energy Singapore Company Pte. Limited will supply the around 4,000 multicrystalline photovoltaic modules necessary to the project. When complete, it is expected to generate enough energy to supply 250 four room apartments in Singapore.
Albert Lim, MD of SolarGy commented, "This is by far the single largest PV project in Singapore We are excited about this green project which will have significant contribution in the reduction of carbon footprint and are now proceeding in earnest with the EPC contract."
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