Indiaâ€™s leading solar power plant construction company, Sterling and Wilson, has baggedÂ a contractÂ from Sindicatum Renewable Energy of Singapore, to set up a 23 MW solar PV plant in the Clark region of The Philippines.
With this contract, Sterling and Wilson, a company of the Shapoorji Pollonji group, has a order book of 101 MW in the Philippines.
Sindicatum Renewable Energy, the leading Singapore-headquartered Asian clean energy developer, has awarded globally leading Solar EPC,Â Sterling and Wilson, a contract to set up a new Solar Photovoltaic power plant in the Clark region of the Philippines.
The solar photovoltaic power plant will be installed in Clark Freeport Zone, and possess a solar power generation capacity of 23 MW.
The new project will be constructed under the Department of Energy (DOE) Philippines solar powerÂ procurement program under the feed-in-tariff mechanism and is expected to be completed by February 2016.
Clark Freeport zone is a former United States Air Force Base in the Philippines which has now been redeveloped into an advanced economic center for business, industry, aviation, education and tourism.
Originally from The Hindu