Kulara Water chooses TotalEnergies ENEOS

Kulara Water announces the signing of an agreement with TotalEnergies ENEOS to provide a solar energy and energy storage solution.
Kulara Water

Kulara Water announces the signing of an agreement with TotalEnergies ENEOS to provide a solar energy and energy storage solution.

A hybrid installation

Kulara Water announces that the solution developed by TotalEnergies ENEOS will be located in a new bottling plant. This one is located in the village of Srayang Thaung, in the district of Kulen, in the province of Preah Vihear in Cambodia. In addition, this is the second project of the company recognized for its commitment to social and environmental impact.

The TotalEnergies ENEOS system for Kulara Water combines a hybrid solar energy and battery storage system. This will allow the system to provide continuous power. It includes an 800kWp solar device connected to a 1344kWh battery system.

Thus, the Kulara Water site will use solar energy during the day and the excess energy stored in the batteries at night. Once completed, the installation of the system will improve Kulara Water’s energy efficiency, reduce energy costs. In addition, the project will provide better access to power.

A partnership for the future

TotalEnergies ENEOS will remain in partnership with Kulara Water for the next 15 years. Thus, the company will ensure the security of energy production and storage in the system. Margaret Forey, President of Kulara Water, states:

“We are proud to announce that we have commissioned our trusted partner TotalEnergies ENEOS to design, install and operate a hybrid solar power and energy storage system for our second bottling facility in Srayang Tbaung village, Srayang commune, Kulen district, Preah Vihear province. We are committed to sustainable development and growth, and are pleased to enter the second phase of our long-term partnership with TotalEnergies ENEOS to leverage their innovative hybrid solar solutions.”

Gavin Adda, Head of Distributed Generation for TotalEnergies ENEOS Renewables in Asia, says:

“We are delighted that Kulara Water trusts us as their solar energy partner of choice. TotalEnergies ENEOS offers its customers peace of mind from a technical, financial and business perspective. As a leading provider of solar services for commercial and industrial businesses, we look forward to helping companies like Kulara Water use our global experts in custom renewable solutions to meet their energy needs and reduce their carbon footprint, making their production more sustainable.”

TotalEnergies ENEOS is a 50/50 joint venture between TotalEnergies and ENEOS. The company is looking to expand on-site B2B distributed solar generation throughout Asia.

Indeed, the company plans to develop 2GW of decentralized solar capacity over the next five years. TotalEnergies, as of June 2022, has a gross installed renewable electricity generation capacity of 12GW. In addition, the company plans to continue to develop this activity to reach 35GW of gross production capacity.



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