Reservoir Link wins five solar contracts worth RM12.05mil


Reservoir Link executive director Thien Chiet Chai

KUALA LUMPUR: Reservoir Link Energy Bhd’s 51% owned subsidiary Founder Energy Sdn Bhd, has won five solar contracts worth RM12.05mil between October and November 2022.

In a statement, the energy-related services provider said with these contracts, its order book for solar renewable segment rose to RM51.5mil.

The contracts primarily involve the development of solar energy related facilities where the scope of services is based on Reservoir Link’s relevant expertise in the solar renewable segment.

The projects are targeted to be completed between end-2022 and mid-2023.

“As 2022 is gradually coming to an end, I am humbled to once again announce that we have received additional contracts to boost our solar renewable segment.

“It can be said that energy transition overnight is not an easy feat but I am immensely prided to see the growing interest coming from our clients with thriving demand and continuous replenishments in orders. In line with our ideology of bringing long term value, we strongly believe that our hard work today will further enhance value for the group,” executive director Thien Chiet Chai said.

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