Solar energy is renewable, clean and abundant in tropical countries such as Singapore. In recent years, implementations of solar energy projects are very much encouraged and are set to continue growing in momentum to fight against global warming and gas emission.

On 29 Oct 2007, Renewable Energy Corporation (REC) announced it had decided to establish its new worldscale solar manufacturing complex in Singapore. This green field site located at Tuas South Avenue 14 consists of wafer, cell and module production, infrastructure and support facilities, as well as an on-site supplier park. Sufficient space is reserved for future R&D activities and possible manufacturing facilities.

We are honoured to carry out the sub-contract for the supply, installation, testing and commissioning of Electrical Works for REC Building & Infrastructure. The completion and tentative handover date is expected to fall on 30 Nov 2009.

Our scope of work includes 66KV, 22 KV and 6.6KV switchgear, 2 nos. of 75MVA 66/22KV Transformers, 2 nos. of 25MVA 22/6.6KV Transformers and 12 nos. of 22KV/433V or 6.6KV/433V Distribution Transformers, neutral ground resistor, LV distribution, motor control centre, isolation transformers, 6.6kV & LV VFDs, lighting & power, UPS for IT and emergency lightings. Cabling work for CCTV & Security system, Fire Alarm system, IT fibre optic backbone cable, building automation system and SCADA system.

As one of the sub-contractors involved in the construction of this world largest solar manufacturing complex and to play a role in creating a green, clean and environmental friendly world, we have installed a photovoltaic grid-tied system to generate electricity for our container site office.


Solar Panel - The REC 22Wp polycrystalline modules mounted on our office site office container’s roof –
to convert the energy from sun to electricity.

With the installation of this system, we had saved about 500kg carbon dioxide emissions generating from the environmental cost of burning fuel fossils on daily basis.

Apart from the involvement in REC project at Tuas, other projects that we are currently working on are Marina Bay Financial Centre – Tower One and Cliveden Condominium at Grange Road.

We are proud to announce that our application for upgrading our Electrical Engineering Workhead, ME05 to Grade L5 had been approved by the Contractor Registry on 1 Jul 2009. For other workheads, please kindly refer to our Certification Page.