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CWKH Garment & Textiles
The garment sector is of paramount importance for the economic development of the country. The large majority of these factories are characterized by 12h operations during 5 or 6 days a week, with a constant load for almost the whole day. After 2 weeks of great teamwork 100 kW of panels are mounted on the roof.
Handa Foundation Hospital
Hospitals are characterised by 24h/7 operations and require continuous power supply. The on-grid solar solution from Kamworks consists of a solar power system on a hospital roof in the Battambang area, has a short pay-back time, because electricity tariffs in Cambodia are high.
Silvertown Metropolitan Hotel
Kamworks designed, installed and now is operating a rooftop solar generation system on SilverTown Metropolitan, a residential tower located in Phnom Penh. The Kamworks system reduces peak electricity demand while the facility is still connected to the electricity grid. The rooftop solar project provides clean, reliable, and competitively priced electricity to the Silvertown tower.
Kamworks is developing a rooftop solar generation system consisting of over 10,000 solar PV panels for the state-of- the-art brewing and bottling facility of Khmer Beverages, Co. The rooftop solar system will have a capacity of approximately 4 MW, making it the largest deployment of an industrial rooftop solar panel array in Cambodia to date.
This on-grid solution fits the power curve of this garment factory in Phnom Penh. Minimal maintenance – Solar power has no moving parts and hence requires very little maintenance from the energy consumer. Weekend excess power can also be used for cooling down the facilities during the weekend by running the ventilators.
This NGO in Siem Reap features solar panels together with water pumping facilities. The factory roof enables electricity generation to in turn enable solar water pumping for local irrigation in the Siem Reap area
This technical school, based in Sihanoukville, features a large PV on-grid solar setup. The solar installation is the only one in Cambodia for which a nett-metering agreement has been arranged: surplus electricity flows into the grid and is taken back from the grid when demand outstrips solar energy supply.
This Phnom Penh based residential project is on grid. The solar system for this modern villa was installed in 2017
For several large solar projects, Kamworks has completed feasibility studies. A feasibility study helps to assess energy needs, identifies potential problems and solutions, and reduces the project risks. For large projects, a feasibility study can help to raise project finance. Studies recently delivered for these clients: Calmette Hospital (700kWp), Royal PP hospital (100kWp), Siem Reap hospital for children (200kWp) and Laurelton diamonds (200kWp).
“A solar PV system will drastically reduce your electricity bill, protect your business against future rises in energy costs, projects a green image and moreover it guarantees you an impressive return on your investment and an increase of your property value.
Moreover, there are some more benefits at country-level that people still fail to consider. In fact, widespread solar PV installations will boost Cambodia energy independence, it will create jobs helping the growth of our local economy while protecting our environment.
I do believe in Cambodia’s development path, and that it can be sustained only with everyone’s commitment.”