GREEN HEAT Corp. targets to install solar rooftop projects this year with a capacity of 6.5 megawatts (MW), or more than 50% higher than the previous year, company officials said on Tuesday.
“Last year, we installed about 2.4 MW. This year, we are planning to install 6.5 MW,” said Roberto R. Martin, general manager of Green Heat, during the launch of a solar panel called the “Curve,” which is made of a flexible and light material.
“Our installed capacity right now is 5 MW,” he said, which includes all of the company’s installation since 2007, when it started out with small projects.
Glenn O. Tong, Green Heat director, said the projects for this year would use a mix of conventional panels and the new product that the company is distributing, which he described as a combination of Australian and German technology and manufactured in China.
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