SOLUX develops, manufactures and markets commercial/industrial-grade solar powered, energy efficient, custom lighting solutions for a wide range of lighting applications including area and security, street and roadways, signs, billboards, transit and shelter lighting. SOLUX is committed to superior design, manufacturing, and customer satisfaction.
The Power & Electricity Show Vietnam, co-located with The Solar Show Vietnam, The Wind Show Vietnam, and The Energy Storage Show Vietnam is the place where so many speakers representing the government, state-owned energy companies, private sector players, industry heavyweights and financiers from both within Vietnam and beyond, and bring you the insights that really matter.
The global solar photovoltaic (PV) inverters market is set to decline at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.2% and reach US$3.04bn in 2023, primarily due to a sharp drop in inverter prices and slowdown in solar PV installations, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.
INALIGHT 2020 – The ASEAN's Biggest Gathering for Lighting Industry . INALIGHT is the ASEAN's leading trade show to focus on Lighting and Lighting Equipment. The show will provide you with the ideal opportunity to engage with decision makers and professional from lighting's supply chain.
Conergy enters Vietnam market with 30 MW solar project. The German-headquartered EPC has been selected by project owners, BIM Group and AC Energy to begin construction of the solar plant in April in the Ninh Thuan province of the country. January 23, 2018 Ian Clover.
As we set up the agenda for the PV CellTech 2017 event in Penang, Malaysia, 14-15 March 2017, we specifically invited some of the companies that were behind the above market shifts, as OEM operations had previously been incredibly stealth within the solar industry.
With vendors coming from around the globe to do business with the Vietnam market. The official approval of the solar feed-in tariff in April 2017 with a 20-year PPA and a net metering support scheme for rooftop projects shows a government committed to fostering the development of the solar industry.
Lighting systems from Solar Street Lighting provide a safe, stable, clean, and green street lighting solution. We have fully integrated solutions composed of solar PV modules, a small wind turbine, deep cycle batteries, intelligent system controller and a high efficiency LED luminaire.
In July 2018, Sunlabob installs and commissions three off-grid solar systems at the security posts of a hydropower company in Laos. The security posts that are not connected to the grid are now powered by solar-storage that is designed to supply the total energy demand of the facilities without any additional back-up generator.
More related options such as solar light, solar energy, solar panel could be your choices too. From sourcing raw materials to launching business projects to satisfying retail demands, our role evolves to meet your 2018 current and future sourcing needs in the mineral and energy industries.
Solar PV Trade Mission Vietnam 27 Nov. 2017 at Hanoi & Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam For international project developers, IPPs, suppliers and service providers (since the pipeline is becoming impressive by the day) and financiers we offer this Trade Mission as a springboard into the Vietnamese PV market.
The current solar Feed-in-Tariff for on-grid projects in Vietnam is 2,086 Vietnamese dong/kWh (equivalent to 9.35 UScents/kWh) (VAT excluded). According to Decision 11/2017/QD-TTg, this solar FIT applies for projects which come into operation before 30 June 2019 and within 20 years from the commercially operational date ("COD") (i.e., the date when the solar plant is ready to sell ...
April 14, 2017 Vietnam - General decree, energy, investor, lawyer, massann, oliver, renewable, solar, vietnam Oliver Massmann On 11 April 2017, the Prime Minister officially approved the issuance of Decision No. 11/2017/QD-TTg on supporting regime for the development of solar power projects in Vietnam.
Vietnam To Launch Solar Power Auctions. Wind energy capacity is envisaged to be increased from current 140 MW to 800 MW by 2020 and 6,000 MW by 2030. The government has set a target to increase installed solar power capacity from current 850 MW to 4,000 MW by the end of this decade and 12,000 MW by the end of next.