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Bim 2

Renewable Energy

Built by Bouygues Energy & Services, the BIM 2 solar power plant, located in the south of Vietnam’s Ninh Thuan province, is the largest solar farm in operation in Vietnam, with an installed capacity of 250 MW.

The operator, BIM Renewable Energy, is a joint venture between the Filipino company AYALA ENERGY and the Vietnamese group BIM.

OUR CONTRIBUTION

Engineering studies :

Development of electrical engineering studies :

  • HT & MT Electrical Design
  • Functional SCADA design
Installation :

Starting electrical installations :

  • Carrying out test procedures for the start-up phase
  • Implementation of the site tests
Location
Ninh Thuan - Vietnam
Completion date
2019
Clients
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