Utility-Scale Solar Farm
Go Green in Scale
What is a Utility-Scale Solar Farm?
A utility-scale solar farm is a large scale solar farm capable of generating large amounts of solar energy akin to a full scale electricity utility (eg. coal-fired power plants). The solar energy generated is commonly supplied to an off-taker, usually the local electricity grid operator via a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), providing a steady source of renewable energy for a lease period of 20-25 years.
Generate Passive Income
Turn unoccupied land into an income source.
Improves Energy Security
The capability to generate renewable energy improves the country's energy security.
Join the Fight Against Climate Change
Contribute to a low-carbon economy.
CambodiaSystem Size: 10 MegaWatt-peak (MWp)
Location: Bavet City, Svay Rieng Province
Notable Points: First solar farm in Cambodia
IndiaSystem Size: 140 MegaWatt-peak (MWp)
Notable Points: Largest solar project undertaken by any Singaporean Company in India
VietnamSystem Size: 168 MegaWatt-peak (MWp)
Location: Ninh Thuan Province
Notable Points: Largest solar farm in Vietnam