2020 has been an extraordinary year. The pandemic is raging on a global scale and has had a heavy impact on the lives of people around the world. For people in underdeveloped areas, they are still living in poverty with little or without electricity. Sinosoar will take public welfare undertakings as the priority of the enterprise.
Sinosoar adhere to the corporate mission of “Power the World with Hybrid Energy” and actively take part in the ” Myanmar National Electrification Project “. Since 2016, Sinosoar has been serving Myanmar off-grid projects. In 2020, Sinosoar is in the execution of the solar off-grid project for design, supply, installation of More than 360,000 sets of systems and user training, and the project covers 2.66 million people. These projects have been reported by the local media.
Reports on solar off-grid ICB-4 and IT-1 projects in The Kyay Mone
In 2020, Sinosoar is in the execution of the ICB-4 and IT-1 Project for design, supply, installation of 41,000 sets of systems and their user training. These projects will bring lights for more than 700 villages and over 100,000 families, it will help them to light their hope in the dark night.
Moreover, the IT-1 project funded by the Italian government is a collaboration between the Ministry of Rural Development of Myanmar and the Italy Government. Italy offered an interest-free loan of 2.7 million euros to help Myanmar to implement the project in three regions ( Chin, Rakhine, and Sagaing). A total of 14 towns and more than 140 villages, 7,155 households will be benefited from the off-grid solar system project.
This project provides free solar PV systems and installation services for local public facilities, including 137 sets of solar PV systems for schools, 41 sets for hospitals and health centers, 257 sets for temples, and 798 sets of solar streetlights for the public regions in the village. At the same time, Sinosoar will provide professional and systematic training for the end-users.
After the completion of the installation, Sinosoar plans to set up dozens of maintenance stations in Myanmar to continue supplying high-quality service, which will also provide many job opportunities for the locals.