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Asian renewable energy company, Cleantech Solar, has completed a rooftop solar PV system for Kotra Pharma Sdn Bhd in Melaka Malaysia.

The 600 kW solar system has been retrofitted on Kotra Pharma’s manufacturing and research plant and is expected to generate about 790 MWh of electricity in the first year.

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The solar project was awarded to Cleantech Solar under a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA). The agreement sees Cleantech Solar responsible for funding, building, operating and maintaining the system across the term of the agreement.

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Mr Piong Teck Onn, Managing Director of Kotra Pharma, said: “Kotra Pharma recognizes the importance of embedding sustainability practices into our daily operations from the economic, environmental and social perspectives.”

Raju Shukla, Cleantech Solar founder and executive chairman, said: “Cleantech Solar remains focused on providing companies in the forefront of sustainability with cost-competitive, reliable and high performing solar solutions. Building on our solid track record in Malaysia and across Asia, we will continue to help corporations like Kotra Pharma reap the full benefits of solar.”