Sunview Bags RM93.83 Million EPCC Contract from Advancecon

The renewable energy player has secured a RM93.83 million EPCC contract from LSS TPG, a wholly owned subsidiary of Advancecon Holdings via Advancecon Solar, for the development of a 26.00-megawatt (MW) large scale solar photovoltaic (LSSPV) plant in Kuala Langat, Selangor.

Sunview’s principal business is involved in engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning (EPCC) as well as construction and installation services of solar photovoltaic (PV) facilities, solar power generation and supply as well as associated services and products.

The project is expected to commence from February 2023 up to 30 November 2023 or such other date determined under the power purchase agreement, being the agreed schedule commercial operation date.

“The new contract represents as the Group’s maiden contract as a listed entity and we will continue to capitalise on our proven track record and experienced technical and management team to remain competitive in the market and further strengthen our orderbook,” Sunview Group Berhad chief executive officer Ong Hang Ping said.

The latest awarded contract entails the full range of services from project preliminaries, management and engineering as well as consultancy services, procurement of solar PV modules and equipment to earthworks, civil works and ancillary works, testing and commissioning.

“Moving forward, we will continue to champion Malaysia’s transition towards the adoption of renewable energy by providing a one-stop solutions centre for individuals and companies that want to utilise solar power as their source of energy,” Ong added.

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