The cement industry accounts for 8% of global emissions.
Emissions come from combustion of fossil fuels to produce cement, calcining limestone, and
Emissions also come from
transporting cement and
powering cement manufacturing plants and facilities.
The industry is forecasted to grow 41% by 2029 making it important to find ways to reduce carbon
emissions in the sector.
As a solar energy provider, we understand the cement industry's challenges of climate change and energy security. We offer cost-effective solutions to reduce operating costs, improve the environment, and ensure energy security for cement plants and operations.
Partner with us to complement existing power sourcing with green power and sustainable growth for a better future.
Transitioning your manufacturing plants and facilities to renewable solar power.
Offset emissions through Renewable Energy Credits.
Encourage sustainable practices throughout your supply chain and business partners.
We can even help with financing the transition to renewable systems.
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Unlike building your own solar power station from scratch, we provide a fully integrated no-CAPEX solution that allows you to enjoy immediate savings from your first energy bill with zero need to worry about financing or system performance.
We will handle it all. Through our economies of scale and industrialised processes, we help ensure the cost of buying, installing and the maintenance of the solar power system is kept low.Contact Us
CEO of Vinamilk
" The installation of solar panels in Vinamilk factories and dairy farms is part of Vinamilk solution for green and renewable energy, which in line with Vinamilk sustainable development strategy in order to contribute to the global fight against climate change. Vinamilk aims to fulfill its commitment of achieving zero-carbon in 2050 to participate in realising the country’s ‘Net-Zero’ commitment, which is outlined by Vietnam Prime Minister at COP26. For this purpose, we are taking necessary measurements including partnering with major energy players like TotalEnergies ENEOS to tackle the challenges that we are currently facing. "
President and COO of Asia Brewery
" We are pleased to have partnered with TotalEnergies ENEOS for this milestone project. Aside from translating to cost savings and energy efficiency for us, this is one of our contributions in the fight against global warming. "
Chairman of BS Capital Group, the Developer and Majority Shareholder of CARROS Centre
" We are proud to be the first automotive-purposed building in Singapore to use renewable energy as part of our power supply. It is about walking the talk to reduce the effect of carbon emissions. This also drives a strong environmental message to vehicle owners who visited CARROS Centre for servicing or repairs. Our partnership with TotalEnergies ENEOS has been positive to-date and we are looking at possibility of solarizing more of our buildings owned by the Group that would promote mass adoption of renewable energy in Singapore. "
President Director of GGRP
" The installation of solar panels will be carried out throughout the factory area. This effort is a sustainable and long-term advantage which further strengthens GRP’s commitment towards mitigating greenhouse gas emissions. We believe that this effort will allow us to increase our in-market competitiveness while tapping on green energy. Ultimately, this will lead us towards our goal of sustainable steel production. "