The owner’s engineer contract for 257 MW Vietnamese project in Phu yen province adds Pöyry to the list of companies working to bring the solar power plant online. JA Solar is the module provider and Shanxi Electric Power Engineering Co. Ltd. is EPC provider for the plant. Pictured is the Cao Đài temple in the city of Tây Ninh, Vietnam. (Photo Credit: Nijumania/www.goodfreephotos.com)
- Phu Yen TTP has selected Finland’s Pöyry for the 257 MW Hoa Hoi solar PV plant in Vietnam’s Phu Yen province
- Pöyry will provide engineer services which requires it to provide assistance in project management, design review, and site supervision services during construction and commissioning
- The Finnish consulting and engineering services company has also entered into a framework agreement with PT. Indonesia Power to help it develop renewable energy projects in Indonesia, including those related to solar PV technology
Consulting and engineering services provider Pöyry Wins Contract For 29 MW Solar Power Project In Malaysia’s Kedah Region
(15. January 2018)
Finland headquartered global consulting and engineering services company Pöyry Plc is another big name that’s got added to the list of companies working to bring a 257 MW solar power plant online in Vietnam’s Phu Yen Province. Pöyry was selected by Phu Yen TTP Joint Stock Company to provide engineer services for the 257 MW Hoa Hoi Solar PV plant.
Phu Yen TTP is a project company set up by Thailand’s B.Grimm Power Company Limited and Vietnam’s Truong Thanh Vietnam Group (TTVN). Pöyry will now spend next 9 months providing assistance in project management, design review, and site supervision services during construction and commissioning.
Without sharing financial terms of the deal, Pöyry said the project also comprises 220 kV electrical interconnection, constructed on 260 hectares of land in the South Central Coast area of Vietnam. The 257 MW project will be one of the largest in Vietnam.
B.Grimm announced securing PPA with the Electricity of Vietnam for the 257 MW project in October 2018 for a tariff of $0.0935 per kWh (see PPA Signed For 257 MW Vietnam PV Project). JA Solar of China will supply its high-efficiency mono PERC modules for this project, while Shanxi Electric Power Engineering Co. Ltd. is the EPC provider (see Chinese Firms Win 319 MW Module Orders For Vietnam).
In October 2018, TTC Group of Vietnam commissioned a 35 MW solar power plant calling it the country’s first, following up with another 49 MW solar power plant that is ‘second’ and the ‘largest’ in the country.
In a related development, Pöyry has entered into a 3-year framework agreement for PT. Indonesia Power to develop renewable energy projects across Indonesia with qualifying technologies being wind power, solar PV, battery storage and renewable hybrid power plants with diesel or gas engines.