PETALING JAYA: Solarvest Holdings Bhd has been appointed by Nefin Group because the engineering, procurement, building and commissioning (EPCC) options supplier for a rooftop photo voltaic photovoltaic (PV) challenge for hypermarket chain Lotus’s Malaysia.
The clear vitality specialist stated the contract concerned 12 shops and one recent distribution middle for Lotus’s Malaysia with an estimated cumulative capability of seven.98MWp.
It stated the business operation date of the challenge is July 31, 2022.
In 2021, Solarvest was engaged by NE Suria Satu Sdn Bhd (NESS), a joint-venture firm of Petroliam Nasional Bhd and Nefin Group to finish the primary part of the challenge the place it put in photo voltaic PV panels at 15 hypermarkets throughout Peninsular Malaysia.
With the brand new addition, Lotus’s Malaysia may have a complete of 27 solar-powered shops.
“The repeat contract is a testomony to each our high quality workmanship and skill to ship revolutionary options within the photo voltaic PV EPCC area.
“As Malaysia work in direction of its carbon-neutral purpose by 2050, we proceed to anticipate conducive insurance policies in direction of renewable vitality to get as many events concerned, as shortly as potential,” stated Solarvest govt director and group CEO Davis Chong Chun Shiong in a press release.
In line with Solarvest, photo voltaic vitality is a less expensive resolution for hypermarkets, because it protects them in opposition to electrical energy charge hikes.
Additional, the set up of a 7.98MWp photo voltaic PV system may successfully offset about 6,633 tonnes of carbon emissions yearly, which is equal to planting about 301,000 timber, it added.