Japan's Shizen inks PPA to set up 2.2 MW of rooftop solar in Malaysia
- Japanese renewables designer Shizen Energy Inc, with its Malaysian subsidiary, has actually signed a long-term power acquisition contract (PPA) under which it will certainly set up a roof solar power selection with a minimal capacity of 2.2 MW in Malaysia.
The customer is Malaysia's Top Glove Corporation Bhd (KLSE: TOPGLOV), a manufacturer of non reusable rubber gloves. The arrangement is Shizen Malaysia's first corporate PPA tied to a roof solar project, the parent firm stated.
The Shizen Malaysia team will build the PV system atop manufacturing facilities run by Top Glove in the city of Klang, Selangor state. The system will supply power to the factories on site, Shizen Energy added.
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