In the context of an increasing number of businesses choosing to use solar power to reduce emissions and carbon footprint in their production activities, the PPA (Power Purchase Agreement) model pioneered by Vu Phong Energy Group is highly regarded for its practical and effective benefits. With this model, Vu Phong has developed and transferred a series of rooftop solar power systems for production companies.
Below are some new typical projects using the PPA (Power Purchase Agreement) model, which have been completed and transferred to customers by Vu Phong Energy Group and are operating steadily with high efficiency:
Solar power system at Vietnam Nippon Seiki factory, transferred in February 2023
A 1 MWp solar power system was developed by Vu Phong Energy Group on the roof of Vietnam Nippon Seiki’s factory at Noi Bai Industrial Park (Soc Son, Hanoi). To install this system, Vu Phong Energy Group used 1,667 Canadian solar energy panels 600W and 8 SMA Sunny Tripower CORE 2 inverters with a capacity of 110 kW – a line of inverters from SMA, the world’s leading inverter brand from Germany. With a capacity of 1 MWp, this system can generate over 1,400 MWh of solar power annually, reducing emissions by more than 940 tons of CO2 per year. Using solar power not only helps Vietnam Nippon Seiki reduce emissions and practice ESG, as well as efforts towards the SDG targets, but also saves energy costs every month throughout the system’s lifetime.
Solar power system at Vietnam Nippon Seiki factory
Solar power system at Dalat Worsted Spinning (DWS) Factory, 2,04 MWp capacity
The solar power system with a capacity of 2,04 MWp and was installed on the rooftop of Dalat Worsted Spinning – DWS, one of the major enterprises in the Phat Chi industrial complex in Da Lat city, as well as the first worsted yarn spinning mill in Vietnam. The system uses 3,456 Canadian solar panels (590W) and 16 SMA Sunny Tripower CORE 2 inverters with a capacity of 110kW.
DWS will lower its carbon footprint in production activities by using renewable energy for “green” manufacturing and sustainable development. This is critical since DWS is a link in the textile industry’s worldwide supply chain. Approximately 90% of DWS’s finished yarn is exported and sold to major textile companies worldwide, with the remainder serving the Vietnamese garment sector, particularly high-end brands garment manufacturing enterprises entering the export market.
Solar power system at Dalat Worsted Spinning (DWS)
Mega – Vinamilk system, 3,39 MWp capacity
Solar power system with a capacity of 3,39 MWp, installed at Vietnam Dairy Factory – the most modern mega factory in Vietnam and the area, with the most modern integrated and automatic technology in the world. Vietnam Dairy Factory, with a total investment of more than VND 4,100 billion, is referred to as a mega factory – due to modern automatic technology, an extremely large capacity of 800 million liters/year (about 2.2 million liters/day), and a capacity that will soon be increased to more than 1 billion liters of milk/year. The solar power system provides clean energy to the factory’s production activities.
This is one of the latest solar power systems installed in Vinamilk’s chain of beverage and dairy processing factories, and it was transferred and put into operation in late 2022. Previously, in 2020, Vu Phong Energy Group installed a solar power system at Vinamilk’s Vietnam Beverage Factory (My Phuoc 2 Industrial Park, Ben Cat, Binh Duong), with a capacity of 1 MWp.
Solar power system in Mega – Vinamilk factory
Golden Victory system, 2,9 MWp capacity
The system was installed on the rooftop of Viet Nam Golden Victory Company Limited’s shoe factory (Nghia Hung, Nam Dinh). With a capacity of 2,9 MWp, the system will generate more than 4,000,000 kWh each year, assisting in the reduction of more than 2,600 tons of CO2/year emissions, the equivalent of planting around 4,700 trees.
For an FDI enterprise participating in the global supply chain, as Vietnam Golden Victory, an outsourcing specialist for the world’s largest shoe brand NIKE, renewable energy doesn’t only help to save costs but also assists in meeting “greening” production standards when NIKE and a variety of other international corporations have committed and implemented strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
- Currently, Vu Phong Energy Group is also developing many solar power projects with PPA (Power Purchase Agreement)) model for production enterprises. Some typical projects include:
- Dalat Hasfarm Project: Vu Phong Energy Group is developing a rooftop solar power system at Dalat Hasfarm’s farm in Da Lat City. The project’s kick-off ceremony was held on March 15, 2023.
- Quang Quan Project: Three solar power systems totalling 3,5 MWp will be installed on Quang Quan Co., Ltd.’s plastic factory chain, including two in Dong Van 1 Industrial Zone (Duy Tien, Ha Nam) and one in Tu Ha Industrial Cluster, according to the cooperation agreement (Huong Tra, Thua Thien Hue).
- Duy Tan Binh Duong Plastics Project: A 2,17 MWp system is being developed on the rooftop of Duy Tan Binh Duong Plastic (belonging to Duy Tan Plastics Group) by Vu Phong Energy Group.
- Kem Nghia Project: Vu Phong Energy Group is developing a 2,23 MWp solar power system on the roof of Kem Nghia’s factory at Tan Phu Trung Industrial Park, Cu Chi, Ho Chi Minh City.
Cooperation Nghia Sai Gon Nippers Corporation – ecoligo – Vu Phong Energy Group in Kem Nghia project at Tan Phu Trung Industrial Park, Cu Chi, HCMC
Vu Phong Energy Group accompanies businesses on the journey of green production and sustainable development:
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