Huawei Technologies Company Ltd (Viet Nam) has launched a household rooftop solar power project using smart storage, the Huawei FusionSolar.
The system was installed on the rooftop of Redsun-ITI Corporation in HCM City’s District 5.
The rooftop solar power system came into operation in Viet Nam in March, marking a new achievement in using technology to make full use of renewable energy, helping reduce emissions, protect the environment, as well as save electricity costs for users.
Diep Bao Canh, General Director of Redsun-ITI Corporation, said: “After a month of operation, the 7.37kWp system has provided 995kWh, reducing 824 kilos of CO2. Based on the above data, it can be seen that within 4-5 years, customers will be paid back when investing in this roof voltage system.”
Canh said the system is flexibly designed, operates stably and optimises the energy generated from the solar power system, bringing high output to help save electricity costs.
Dao Du Duong, the Chief Representative of the Viet Nam Clean Energy Association in HCM City, said solar power in the future will continue to develop. However, the market still depends on State policies to set a future development orientation. Therefore, it is advisable to focus on projects that are households using electricity, providing reasonable investment advice, combining the development of integrated storage battery projects so households can use electricity even when there is no light.
Huawei entered the solar power market in Viet Nam in 2018 and has become one of the leading equipment suppliers in all sectors, including solar farms, rooftop solar power, commercial and household industry.
Alen Zhang, business director of solar power solutions in Viet Nam, said: “Huawei always puts safety first. Huawei is constantly innovating and improving technology to provide customers with the best products and services.” — VNS