Welcome to our #SolarTripAroundTheWorld! Today Eco Green Energy is traveling to Cambodia – one more astonishing Asian country. Cambodia is famous for Angkor Wat, the world’s largest religious building and added to the UNESCO Heritage list. Every year, the building attracts numerous tourists to dive deep into Cambodian culture.
Angkor Wat appeared at the beginning of the 12th century as a Hindu temple. It is a classic example of Khmer architecture that has become a national symbol of Cambodia and even appears on the country’s flag.
Moreover, having 6-8 hours of sunlight per day, Cambodia obtains significant opportunities for solar energy applications. As International Renewable Energy Agency ( IREA) reports, the country has grown its access to solar energy 11 times in recent years. In fact, many households now benefit from off-grid solar energy installations around.
Recently, our Cambodian branch ក្រុមហ៊ុន EGE ផ្ទាំងសូឡា/អាគុយ completed 8,1 KW of the solar energy installation in Kampot province. Moreover, with this rooftop solar installation, it is possible to reduce carbon emissions in the environment.
Why HELIOS Plus PV modules are the most suitable for this project:
> 9BB Monocrystalline Module 144 Cells;
> Lower temperature coefficient than standard PV module (possible to reach here -0.35%);
> Power warranty of 83.2% after 25 years (loss of 0.6% efficiency per year);
> Lower LCOE (Levelized Cost of Energy), with a more competitive price than 5BB;
> Reduction of the risk of Micro-cracks;
> Reducing the loss of current mismatch and resistance between the cells;
> Junction box IP68;
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