Sunny side up

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  • Saturday, 23 Apr 2022

Clean energy: Workers washing PV panels at a solar farm in India. The demand for PV installation globally was at 150 gigawatts last year, and is expected to go up to 250 gigawatts in 2022. — Bloomberg

TO help reduce carbon footprint and generate renewable energy, a local solar energy and photovoltaic (PV) technology company is ramping up its operations to capitalise on the growing demand for cleaner power.

Founded in March 2009 by a husband-and-wife team, LeveragEdge Sdn Bhd is going full swing now that the country’s economic sectors are gradually reopening and business activities are bustling again.

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