Having settled several new projects in Yunlin and Chiayi area recently, PV power system firm New Green Power Co., Ltd. expects to double its revenue in 2019, when its grid-connection volume will increase by 150 MW.
As of one of first-batch Taiwanese PV system firms foraying into the Japanese market, New Green Power has attained a number of major achievements since its founding in 2012, including a PV power system in Yungan detention pond in Kaohsiung, the largest floating PV system in Taiwan, a rooftop thin-film PV system in Suao of Yilan County, the largest of its kind on the island, a rooftop thin-film PV system atop the No. 4 warehouse in Suao Harbor of Yilan, and a PV power station at Mitsui Outlet Park in Taichung Harbor, scheduled for launch by the end of 2018, and a ground-mounted PV power station in Wenshan landfill of Taichung City.
Several new projects have been settled recently, including a 15-16 MW rooftop PV power system in the premises of CSBC Corp., Taiwan, a 35 MW floating PV power system in Hsinwen detention pond, and several ground-mounted PV power stations in land-subsidence area in Yunlin and Chiayi, which, plus some overseas projects, will boost the company's new grid-connection volume to 150 MW in 2019.
Tan Yu-hsuan, director of New Green Power, pointed out that the company spent two years persuading some 1,500 landlords of the aforementioned sites to sign contracts with it.
Yang Meng-han, chairman, stressed the company's vertical operation, covering construction, development, and maintenance, an edge over other local PV system firms.
(Collaborative media: TechNews, first photo is an illustration, courtesy of New Green Power)