TOTAL SOLAR SEA to power Gaisano Malls in Luzon and Visayas
From left to right: Eng. Willy Ngujo, Ms. Mariden Uy Miranda, Mr. Colin Steley, Mr. Edmund Gaisano Jr., Ms. Valerie Gaisano Sebastian, Mr. Glenn Sebastian, and Atty. Teachie Alveos
Manila, October 15, 2018 – Total Solar SEA, a subsidiary of Total S.A., has locked in contracts with Gaisano Capital to provide solar-powered rooftops to four Gaisano Malls in Luzon and Visayas. Gaisano Capital is Total Solar SEA’s first project in the country.
The combined installed capacity of the projects amount to 1.66 megawatts (MW), which can generate an estimated 2,257.3 Megawatt-hour (MWh) worth of electricity in a year. The four malls in Binangonan, Calapan, Masbate, and San Carlos will have an installed capacity of 536 kilowatts peak (kWp), 268 kWp, 375.2 kWp, and 482.4 kWp, respectively.
The project can help Gaisano Capital lower their CO2 emissions by 1.25 million tons and reduce bottom line expenses for the company. Construction of the facilities will begin in November and will be online early 2019.
Total Solar SEA complies with the highest environmental, health, and safety requirements entailing the quality and longevity of its systems. Its facilities use only Tier 1 components and work with the most experienced local contractors in the solar photovoltaic (PV) industry.
Gaisano Mall in Binangonan, Rizal
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About Total Solar
For more than 30 years, Total S.A. has been committed to advancing solar energy. As an integrated operator, it is now present across the entire photovoltaic solar value chain with Total Solar, from cell manufacturing to solar power storage to electricity sales. The company also develops and operates large solar sites and decentralized systems at homes, plants, and offices.
About Total (Philippines) Corporation
Total (Philippines) Corporation is the local subsidiary of French oil giant TOTAL SA. Established in 1997, the company is engaged in the marketing of fuels, lubricants and special fluids, and operates a network of over 420 service stations throughout Luzon and the Visayas. Other Total affiliates in the Philippines include the Asia-Pacific Shared Service Center, Total E&P Philippines, Total Solar, and SunPower. www.totaloil.com.ph
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