Sunseap expands in Taiwan with five new projects in 2021


August 11, 2021

Sunseap is expanding its operations and will embark on at least five new projects for the rest of 2021, with the key highlight being the first rooftop solar energy systems to be deployed at the basketball courts of two schools in New Taipei City.

The other projects include:
• the first ground-mounted solar photovoltaic (PV) project in the Taitung province with a capacity of 1.2 MegaWatt-peak (MWp) when completed.
• the first rooftop installation project on a commercial building in Yilan county, in Northeastern Taiwan, with a capacity of 1.6 MWp when completed.
• a 1 MWp solar farm in Houlong East, Maoli county in western Taiwan.

From its first commissioned project at Pingtung Canal, Sunseap Taiwan's portfolio continues to grow to include new locations and deployment of solar PV systems on different types of buildings and structures across Taiwan, totaling 60 MWp in contracted capacity.

Sunseap has also completed three solar farms in Taiwan's Miaoli region on schedule in the first half of this year, despite facing challenging terrains such as uneven and steep sites, particularly for the Miaoli North Solar Farm (628 kWp) & Miaoli South Solar Farm (1,349 kWp). Miaoli Houlong West Solar Farm (735 kWp) was in a more accessible location, and the experience and expertise of the local team saw this project completed in a record time of one month. The three projects’ cumulative output is 2.7 MWp and were all commissioned under the country's Taipower FiT (Feed-In Tariff) regime programme.

Ow Wei Pin, Senior Manager of Business Development, Sunseap Taiwan, said: "Sunseap celebrates the third anniversary of our operations in Taiwan this year and we are glad to see good progress in our efforts to get businesses to include renewable alternatives in their energy mix.

We believe that the experience gained from the three projects in the Miaoli region, where we had to deal with difficult terrains and less than ideal locations, will put us in good stead to work on other projects with similar challenges."

In 2016, the Taiwan government announced a national renewable energy target of 20% by 2025, which includes plans to install 20 GW of solar energy by 2025. Coal-fired power plants have been Taiwan's main power source for many years, and as these ageing structures start to be decommissioned, the timing was ideal for a switch to clean energy.

Sunseap Taiwan Solar Holdings Ltd started operations in Taiwan in 2018, and has two subsidiaries namely, Pacific Sunseap Energy Limited which focuses on distributed photovoltaic projects, and Sunseap Solutions Taiwan Limited which focuses on energy efficiency and green roof solutions.

About Sunseap Group
Sunseap Group is a solar energy system developer, owner and operator in Singapore, with over 400 MegaWatt-peak (MWp) of solar energy projects contracted, of which more than 168 MWp have been completed on more than 1,500 buildings in Singapore, including public housing estates, as well as commercial and industrial buildings.

Sunseap Group also operates in various countries in Southeast Asia, including Vietnam, Cambodia, China, Taiwan, Japan, Thailand and Malaysia.

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