(Addis Ababa, 15 February 2021) On behalf of the bidding consortium, SINOSOAR signed the contract with Ethiopian Electric Utility for the 25-Village Micro-grid Project. News coverage about the signing ceremony was broadcasted at local TV programs.
The project is SINOSOAR’s first Megawatt level Micro-grid project in East Africa. It will hybridize 2MWp PV, 5.5MWh BESS, and 450kW Diesel Gen-set through the balance of SINOSOAR’s Energy Management System.
The 25-Village Micro-grid Project is located at Bokolomayo Village, Somalia State, the southernmost part of Ethiopia. SINOSOAR is responsible for the design, supply, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the project.
SINOSOAR Hybrid (Beijing) Technology Co., Ltd. (Abbr. SINOSOAR) is an international high-tech company specialized in solar hybrid and off grid fields. 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.
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 10 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.