TotalEnergies ENEOS will install a 1-MW rooftop solar photovoltaic system at the largest freehold automotive hub in Singapore.
TotalEnergies ENEOS won the contract to deliver the solar project at Carros Centre. It is expected to generated about 1,250-MWh of electricity per year, while helping Carros Centre avoid more than 480 metric tons of CO2 annually.
Additionally, the solar energy system is expected to provide Carros with electricity cost savings for 25 years without any upfront investments.
This is the second project signed between TotalEnergies ENEOS and Carros Centre, following the installation of a rooftop solar system at the automotive hub in 2019.
“We are very pleased to be Carros Centre’s green energy partner, supporting them in their sustainability efforts to support their energy needs and meeting their environmental sustainability goals at the same time,” Gavin Adda, Director of TotalEnergies ENEOS Renewables Distributed Generation Asia, said. “TotalEnergies ENEOS provides its customers peace of mind from a technical, financial, and commercial perspective. We are committed to being a long-term energy partner for Carros Centre to advance in their sustainable journey.”
TotalEnergies ENEOS is a 50/50 joint venture established between French multi-energy company TotalEnergies and Japanese petroleum firm ENEOS to develop onsite business-to-business solar distributed generation across Asia.