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630 sites ISO 50001-certified
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111 MWpeak solar plants in operation, 52 MWpeak solar plants under construction.
More than 600,000 m2 of rooftop and car port exploited
More than 120 solar plants totally built
Rooftop solar plant at Unique Plastic Industry in Samut Prakan, Thailand
Through its industrial activity, electrical consumption represent a major expense of the overall production cost. GreenYellow designed a solar plant based on the real electricity needs in order to optimize savings and avoid waist production.
Our customer purchase a part of its electricity from GreenYellow at a lower price than the local distributor. The solar plant will be handed over at the end of the agreement at no cost.
This project is in line with the Energy Efficiency Development Plan in Thailand to reduce the energy intensity by 25% within 2030.
Malagasy President Mr Rajaonarimampianina and GreenYellow CEO Mr Hajji at the inauguration of the Ambatolampy solar plant
Strategically located to supply the fast-growing economy and industry of the Vakinankaratra region, the plant will supply around 50,000 households.
This project relies on a productive partnership between Green Yellow and Malagasy companies, from studies and conception, to implementation and operation.
GreenYellow’s project is in line with the country’s objectives set by the COP 21 to reduce greenhouse gases emissions. Furthermore, Madagascar’s ever-increasing need in energy calls for a diversification of the sources. This photovoltaic solar power plant, easily installed, will provide green, reliable and competitive energy to address those two challenges.
Rooftop solar plant at the Almadies shopping mall in Dakar
The DAMAG company chose GreenYellow for its first innovative integrated solution energy management project. The Almadies shopping mall benefits from an unprecedented solution in Senegal: An Energy Performance Contract (EPC) including the installation of a photovoltaic solar farm.
Thanks to its virtuous business model founded on the generated savings, GreenYellow qualified for AFD’s green funding program SUNREF.
Retrofitted with the best technologies for active systems (lighting, cold production, HVAC and photovoltaic solar production), the mall will save up to 40% of its energy consumption. Green Yellow guarantees those savings thanks to the Smart Building Monitoring system (remote control and daily monitoring of the equipment)
15% of the site electrical consumption will be provided by the 122 kWpeak rooftop solar plant, which covers 700 m2.