In its statement, the firm said, “The Bakheng Water Treatment Plant is a pivotal water supply and treatment facility in Cambodia, capable of delivering up to 390,000 m3/day (Phase 1: 195,000 m3/day) to areas encompassing Phnom Penh City and Takmao Street at the border.”
The 1.9 MWp project comprises 3,500 solar panels that will provide clean energy to the plant, which is expected to reduce carbon emissions significantly.
Bakheng Water Treatment Plant is the biggest water supply and treatment plant in Cambodia. It can supply up to 390,000 m3/day (Phase 1: 195,000 m3/day) of water to border areas of Phnom Penh City and Takmao City in Cambodia, said the firm.
As per the firm, Green Yellow Cambodia (GYC) contributed to designing, installing, and commissioning the renewable energy project with VINCI Construction Grand Projects (VCGP), which fully built this national water treatment and supply project. This project is under the government state – Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (PPWSA).
The firm said in its statement that during the construction phase, GYC had adopted flexibility and effective communication with a variety of construction teams, consultants, and project owners in order to complete this clean energy project along with the biggest water treatment and supply project on time before ASEAN Game 2023 in Cambodia with zero accidents.
Earlier this month, Malaysia’s Reservoir Link Energy Bhd, a firm dealing in energy-related services successfully obtained six new solar contracts from June to August 2023, through its subsidiary Founder Energy Sdn Bhd, in which it holds a 51% stake. The contract is estimated to be at RM6.59 million. These projects are situated in Selangor, Johor, and Penang. These projects cover diverse scope of work, including engineering procurement, construction, commissioning, and solar facility earthing works.