Sino Soar Won the Bid of Mini-grid Project in Maldives

Veröffentlicht auf 30.08.2021
On August 26th 2021, Sino Soar won the bid of the 12 Islands PV-Diesel-Battery Mini-grid Project in Thaa Atoll Maldives.

This project is SINOSOAR's second mini-grid project in Maldives since the 26 islands project. SINOSOAR finally won the bid in the fierce competition with both domestic and oversea competitors!

ADB and the Government of Maldives are working together to transform the existing energy grids on the archipelago into a hybrid renewable energy system. The Preparing Outer Islands for Sustainable Energy Development Project (POISED) is installing energy management and control systems; energy storage; and improvements in distribution networks, in order to significantly reduce the need for diesel to generate electricity.

The work includes installing equipment for solar diesel hybrid grids on the local Inhabited islands. The project will replace inefficient diesel-based power generation grids on the islands with hybrid systems of both renewable energy and diesel in order to reduce the cost of electricity and the emissions created, as well as lower the subsidy burden on the government budget.

SINOSOAR's main business scope covers R&D, system integration, project development, engineering, procurement, construction, maintenance as well as project financing and investment. Relying on strong R&D capabilities, sophisticated engineering experts, advanced supply chain and rich experiences in resources integration, SINOSOAR provides customized turnkey solutions for solar hybrid and off-grid projects all over the world.

The development strategy of SINOSOAR is to expand our business chains upstream and downstream (including financing & investment) during the implementation of solar hybrid and off-grid projects. Our aim is to supply clean and sustainable power to industrial and individual users at isolated islands and remote undeveloped areas from pole to pole.

The technical team of SINOSOAR has more than 15 years of experience in design and implementation of solar hybrid and off grid projects. With the service tenet of “Customer First”, SINOSOAR starts from customer demand and ends with customer satisfaction, provides complete solar hybrid and off grid solutions based on the actual requirements of customers.

SINOSOAR has obtained the Certificate of National High-tech Enterprise and the Certificate of “Zhongguancun” High-tech Enterprise. SINOSOAR has been authorized with 9 national invention patents, 26 certificates for computer software copy right, and 64 utility model invention patents. In addition, SINOSOAR has been issued with the ISO Certificates and HSE Certificate.

SINOSOAR is proud of its sophisticated R&D team, the self-developed SINOSOAR SSH-E001 EMS (Energy Management System), SINOSOAR Hybrid GDP (Global Data Platform - Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) and SINOSOAR SP30H PCS (Power Conversion System) have been launched and successfully applied to the solar hybrid projects in Maldives, Myanmar, Uganda, Suriname etc.

As of now, SINOSOAR has completed more than 30 solar hybrid projects in Asia and Africa. The projects are benefiting more than 30 million people. SINOSOAR’s business map covers more than 20 countries and regions in Asia, Oceania, Latin America and Africa.

In addition, SINOSOAR has successfully supplied and installed more than 400,000 sets of off-grid solar power system. These independent solar power systems are providing renewable energy to more than 3 million people to meet their basic needs of electricity. For the projects invested and constructed in these underdeveloped countries and regions, SINOSOAR has provided our end-users with free training and maintenance. We also established the maintenance stations near to the project sites to serve our customers with high-quality after-sales services.

Quelle: Sino Soar
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