The EPC project is provided by Solar Electric Vietnam JSC (“SEV”), a leading EPC with extensive experience in conducting EPC for multinationals in Vietnam.

LONGi’s Hi-MO 4 is selected for the project, the 166mm solar module is perfectly suited to maximize system efficiency while reducing run time due to its light weight and compatibility with solar applications on the roofs.

The Toyota Boshoku Group has a mandate to reduce CO2 emissions by 2% each year. With the implementation of the project, it is expected to offset more than 1,582 MWh of energy consumption per year and will help Toyota reduce 1,338 tonnes of CO2 per year.

Tuan Le, an engineer from SEV who designed the system, said: “It is a pleasure to work with LONGi again, as the brand is well recognized by global multinationals. SEV will continue to facilitate the Vietnamese government’s engagement at COP26.

“We are pleased to witness the success of SEV in the distributed solar power sector this year, especially when the FiT3 policy has yet to be introduced in Vietnam. “Commented by Dennis She, President of Global Sales and Marketing of LONGi:” We remain confident in the development of the Vietnamese market and Southeast Asia, because the cost of solar power is already cheaper than that. that most utilities provide. “