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ALEC Energy Secures Projects Yielding 10.4MWp

 
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2 Apr 2021

ALEC Energy, a related business of ALEC Group announces the successful signing of eight new solar projects in Q1 2021, yielding an aggregated capacity of 10.4MWp.

ALEC Energy Secures Projects Yielding 10.4MWp

Commenting on the announcement, ALEC Energy General Manager, James Stewart, said: “Through a combination of national policy and an increasing commitment from corporates to make the transition to clean energy, we’ve been able to provide companies with bespoke, end-to-end strategies that make complete sense in terms of cost and environmental sustainability. Under the government’s leadership, we believe this trend will continue to grow and we look forward to playing a central role in supporting the country’s ‘Energy Strategy 2050.’

Having recently completed the Mobility Pavilion at the Expo site, which required a grid-connected 0.15MWp solar PV solution for its highly unique design, ALEC Energy’s new project pipeline includes cutting edge thermal energy storage, innovative car parks and tailored rooftop solutions across the UAE.

Thanks to the technology used by ALEC Energy, the widespread installation of solar solutions is a win for both clients and the wider community. Once the energy is collected from sunlight, an inverter transfers the direct current to an alternating current, which is used on the project in hand. Thanks to the monitoring provided by smart meter technology, the power consumed is carefully measured meaning any deficit can be drawn from the grid when required, while any excess can be exported to the public utility grid. As such, ALEC Energy’s solutions provide a supplemental source of clean energy, helping to make the UAE a greener country while providing a higher standard of service for its clients.

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https://alecenergy.ae/



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