Sembcorp Signs Deal with Cache Logistics for 7.9 MW Rooftop Plant

When fully installed in mid-2019, the system is expected to produce over 9,400 megawatt hours of power annually.

Solar Rooftop Installations

Sembcorp Industries and Cache Logistics Trust have announced the signing of a solar power agreement for the installation and operation of rooftop solar farms at three logistics warehouses in Singapore owned by Cache.

Sembcorp will install, own and operate rooftop solar panels with a combined capacity of approximately 7.9 MW atop Cache’s Commodity Hub, Pandan Logistics Hub and Cache Changi Districentre.

These solar panels will provide renewable energy and significantly lower the carbon footprint for Cache. Any surplus solar power generated will be channelled to the grid. When completed, Commodity Hub will house Singapore’s largest rooftop solar facility to date, representing some 6.2 megawatts in peak capacity.

When fully installed in mid-2019, the system is expected to produce over 9,400 megawatt hours of power annually. It will also help avoid close to four million kilogrammes of carbon dioxide emissions a year.

Koh Chiap Khiong, Head of Singapore, Southeast Asia & China (Energy), Sembcorp, said, “Sembcorp is committed to sustainability. Our aim is to do good and do well, providing energy that makes a difference to our customers, community and the planet.

Sembcorp is a trusted global integrated energy player and solar power company, while Cache invests in quality income-producing logistics real estate assets.

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