Currently, 65% of Myanmar’s population lacks access to grid electricity. The rapid reduction in the cost of solar panels and battery storage has made solar-powered mini-grids a viable alternative to centralized grid electricity for rural households. Solar-powered mini-grids can be deployed rapidly and financed with private capital complementing the government's efforts to increase generation and extend the national grid.
Yoma Micro Power builds, owns, operates and maintains small-scale power plants and mini-grids for off-grid rural customers and rooftop grid-tied solar systems for commercial and industrial customers. The off-grid systems provide electricity to off-grid telecommunication towers and the surrounding communities including households, schools, monasteries, clinics, and businesses. And, the grid-tied rooftop systems reduce C&I customers' electricity bill with sustainable and green electricity from solar.
Estate Management, Pun Hlaing Estate, Yangon, Myanmar
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