The Secretary of State for International Development of the UK Government (Crown Agents) awarded Sunco with the Engineering, Procurement, Supply and Construction of the solar electrification project to power 34 Primary Healthcare Centers in Kaduna, Nigeria. The Project was successfully commissioned and is already up&running. The 34 systems provide a solution to gather energy from the sun, store it in batteries and provide reliable supply to the healthcare facilities.
Sunco was chosen in December 2014 among a shortlist of international developers to execute the project by August 2015. The 22MWp plant has been fully designed, procured and constructed in a timespan of 6 months, in order to be eligible for the preferred PPA price with the local utility. The energy produced will be sold to the National Electric Energy Company (ENEE) under the conditions of a Power Purchase Agreement during 20 years. You can watch a video of it here.
Completed in November of 2015, this installation is generating significant cost reductions to the customer, a local Indonesian steel company, by reducing the company’s diesel consumption. The energy savings generated by this project vary on a daily basis, ranging from 20% up to 55%, depending on the customer’s daily load profiles.
The Secretary of State for International Development of the UK Government has awarded Sunco with the procurement and supply of solar energy components for the generation of electricity in 170 schools and 10 primary healthcare centers throughout the rural areas of the Nigerian state of Lagos.
The Nicaraguan company NIMAC (Nicaragua Machinery Company), will enjoy significant savings on its electricity bill thanks to the 100 kWp solar farm that Sunco has built on its premises. NIMAC’s electricity cost per kWh will be reduced from US$ 0.20 to below US$ 0.10 thanks to this project.
Sunco has finished installing a Solar Rooftop System in the factory of the car manufacturer Honda in Indonesia. The Solar System is composed of 390 panels of 270 Wp each; totaling 105 kWp of PV installed capacity. The energy produced is being used to reduce the electricity bill of the factory as well as reduce its environmental footprint.