Sunview bags RM79mil Bulgarian job


Sunview Group group executive director and group chief executive officer H.P. Ong.

PETALING JAYA: Sunview Group Bhd has bagged a RM79.46mil contract to construct a solar power plant in Bulgaria, marking its first engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) venture in Europe.

Its indirect wholly-owned unit, Sunway Builders Pte Ltd, secured the contract for a 20MWac solar power plant from OKOP Solar EOOD.

Bulgaria-based OKOP is involved in the generation and sale of electricity from renewable sources.

Both Sunview Builders and OKOP entered into a form of agreement yesterday for the EPCC contract.

Sunview Group group executive director and group chief executive officer H.P. Ong said that the new contract marked a giant leap forward as part of the group’s global market expansion plan, especially in Europe.

“Europe’s renewable energy market offers vast opportunities, and Sunview is well-positioned to seize them,” stated Ong in a statement.

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