SEACEF, which is managed by Clime Capital, has partnered with Skye Renewables to help us on our journey to solarise the region. This investment will enable Skye to get closer to our goal of installing rooftop solar around Southeast Asia.
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Skye Renewables to support MFS Technology’s solar plans
MFS Technology, the leading electronic component manufacturer, has selected Skye Renewables to be their solar development partner in Malaysia. Under the PPA agreement, Skye will install a new 808.5 kWp at MFS’ manufacturing facility in Malacca. The solar system is forecast to generate over 25GWh of renewable power. [
HSL Constructor and Skye Renewables sign PPA for solar in Singapore
HSL Constructor, a leading regional infrastructure construction company, has selected Skye to deploy solar on their main site in Singapore. The long-term power purchase agreement will be for a system of 587.4 kWp , which is expected to generate >11GWh of renewable energy during the contract period. HSL has been operating for over 25 years… Read More »HSL Constructor and Skye Renewables sign PPA for solar in Singapore
Skye Renewables agrees PPA with EduCity in Malaysia
We are delighted to announce that Skye Renewables has entered into an agreement to build a 649.6 kWp rooftop solar system at the University of Reading building, which is part of EduCity Iskandar Malaysia SDN. BHD. (“EduCity”). Educity Iskandar is Asia’s first multi-campus education city with 305-acres of universities, higher-education institutions, R&D centres, EduCity Village,… Read More »Skye Renewables agrees PPA with EduCity in Malaysia
Skye Renewables Enters into Partnership with Idemitsu
An exciting day for Skye. Under the agreement, Idemitsu will invest through its wholly owned subsidiary to jointly develop commercial and industrial (C&I) solar projects across Southeast Asia with Skye, focusing on Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and Vietnam. About Idemitsu: Established in 1940, Idemitsu is one of Japan’s leading producers and suppliers of energy. Idemitsu’s operations,… Read More »Skye Renewables Enters into Partnership with Idemitsu
Malaysia to be Carbon Neutral by 2050
The transition towards a greener economy using renewable energy sources remains at the core of Malaysia’s socio-economic development. Some interesting renewable energy related points highlighted in the document from the 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP): • The government is committed to reduce up to 45% GHG emissions intensity to GDP by 2030• Malaysia will no longer… Read More »Malaysia to be Carbon Neutral by 2050
Why Companies Should Consider Rooftop Solar Energy (And Why They Shouldn’t Wait)?
Located close to the equator, Malaysia, Philippines and Vietnam are blessed with consistent sunshine throughout the year, which makes them ideal solar power development. It should be a ‘no-brainer’, but one of the most common questions that our clients ask is ”should we wait for solar PV module prices to decrease further before installing?”. This… Read More »Why Companies Should Consider Rooftop Solar Energy (And Why They Shouldn’t Wait)?
Skye Renewables Opens in Vietnam
The Skye Renewables’ team continues to grow! Wally Nguyen has joined as the Head of Vietnam, bringing his many years of solar and renewable energy experience. We are thrilled to have Wally build our efforts in Vietnam, which is a new country for Skye. This is another milestone in our efforts to help Southeast Asia… Read More »Skye Renewables Opens in Vietnam
Exciting Philippines News – Our Team Expands
We are delighted to announce that Gary M Espino has joined Skye Renewables as the Head of Philippines, based out of Manilla. Gary comes with an extensive background in solar energy in Philippines, having worked on both large-scale utility and rooftop projects. Please get in touch if you would like to speak to Gary and his… Read More »Exciting Philippines News – Our Team Expands
Blackouts in Philippines
Recent weeks have seen the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) warn residents in certain parts of the country that the regional power grid could be on red alert from 1pm to 3 pm, which means rotating blackouts are required. This even includes part of metro-Manila! The issue is simply that there is little… Read More »Blackouts in Philippines
To Invest or Not to Invest?
As companies respond to the realities of climate change, many are looking to green-up their operations. One direct way to do this is utilising captive solar on your operational sites – factories, offices, warehouses etc – which then provide you with 100% renewable energy. This is a great option in the high radiance (i.e. “lots… Read More »To Invest or Not to Invest?
Net Energy Metering in SEA
Malaysia has done an excellent job to stimulate solar investment in the country, providing a clear regulatory regime for companies and utility-scale developers. In the commercial & industrial space, where Skye Renewables operates, clients can simply go for the self-consumption option (“Selco”) or they can apply for Net Energy Metering (“NEM”), which allows them to… Read More »Net Energy Metering in SEA