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SUMEC exports second solar plant in the Philippines


Aerial image of the big solar project built by SUMEC CEEC in San Miguel, Bulacan, the Philippines [Photo/]

A 50-megawatt (MW) solar plant, newly built by SUMEC Complete Equipment & Engineering Co (SUMEC CEEC) affiliated to Sinomach subsidiary SUMEC Group Corporation (SUMEC), is ready for use in the Philippines.

The solar power project, located in San Miguel, Bulacan, is SUMEC’s second large-scale ground-based photovoltaic power station project in the Philippines. After grid-connected operation, the plant’s actual maximum generating capacity reaches 60 MW per hour, exceeding the planned power output.

It is expected to generate 110,600 MWh of electricity in the first year, bringing stable clean power to local people.

Following the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), SUMEC CEEC is committed to overseas project development that features localization and management by objective, with focus on energy engineering such as solar power plants, wind power plants, coal-fired power plants, hydropower plants, and power transmission and transformation projects. The company has yielded a great number of positive outcomes.

To usher in a new era of building socialism with Chinese characteristics, SUMEC will make the best of its resource superiority to further its shares in domestic and international markets and to contribute to the new dual-circulation development paradigm. It is eyeing playing a larger part in project construction and management of the countries involved in the BRI to add momentum to the economic and social development of more countries and regions across the world.