At the end of 2020, SINOSOAR is shipping out another two batches of goods to power the people living in islands and far-flung areas of the Philippines.
Project One is the supply of 950 units Prepaid Solar Home System to the Visayan Islands of the Philippines. The project marked SINOSOAR’s great leap from Mindanao, the Southern Island of the country, to the Central part of the country. It is also a trial of applying a prepaid solar home system in small islands of the Philippines.
Thanks to the effort of NEA (National Electrification Administration) and DOE (Department of Energy), the two Philippine government utilities, they adapted the virtual way to cooperate with SINOSOAR to make the project come true amidst the wide-spreading pandemic.
Project Two is the supply of 6,100 units of Prepaid Solar Home System to Mindanao, the Philippines. This EU funded project is an extension of the 10,000 units Solar Home System, which had been supplied and installed by SINOSOAR in Mindanao two years ago. Meanwhile, SINOSOAR has been awarded another two similar projects this year in 2020. All these projects will power more than 22,000 households in this friendly neighbour islands country.
The worldwide COVID-19 caused a serious delay for SINOSOAR’s overseas projects. For us, this is not just a delay in business, it is a delay for us to bring brightness to those who live in darkness. We feel how they feel, and we know they need electricity badly.
SINOSOAR will never stop its steps to bring more renewable energy to the world, because we always remember our mission: Power the world with hybrid energy.