PTEXIM successfully installed rooftop solar energy
PTEXIM's enthusiasm efforts to combine high-tech agricultural production and renewable energy to diversify energy sources, protect the environment, and maximize benefits for the participants.
For a long time, energy has been derived from natural processes, continuously added such as wind, sun, tides that is considered the foundation of sustainable development for countries. The significant cost reduction will bring positive values to the environment (reducing greenhouse gas emissions, climate changes, and so on), which will prove the importance of renewable energy sources.
The Vietnam Energy Update Report 2020 of the Center for Communications and Development Initiatives (MDI) noted that Vietnam has made significant progresses and become a leading country in Southeast Asia in terms of renewable energy development. The Government of Vietnam has issued many practical policies to facilitate the implementation of renewable energy projects such as Decision No.13 dated April 6, 2020; Resolution No.55-NQ / TW dated February 11, 2020…
With determination to persistently pursue the goal of bringing clean products for the community, promote the benefit factor associating with social responsibility, besides Rainforest Alliance projects, organic cleanup … PTEXIM also focuses on investing and developing green energy sources – rooftop solar power to serve the needs of electricity production.
Accordingly, the PTEXIM factory located in Ngai Giao town, Ba Ria – Vung Tau province with an area of nearly 7,000m2 is deploying attic installation of 1,400 panels with a capacity of 0.450 kWp per panel for a total capacity of 630 kWp. This solar power project has officially been energized and put into operation since December 26, 2020 in order to meet most of the power needs of the factories and contribute to reduce carbon that badly affect land, water and air resources…
It can be seen PTEXIM’s enthusiasm efforts to combine high-tech agricultural production and renewable energy to diversify energy sources, protect the environment, and maximize benefits for the participants. value chain: partners – consumers – farmers – staff.