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NEFIN Group expands footprint in Hong Kong with over 657,000kWh project

The company has lined up three new projects in the city.

NEFIN Group announced its three new Goodman Hong Kong projects with a total rooftop solar installation of 1,233 panels to bring additional capacity of 657,283 kilowatt-hour (kWh), continuing its expansion it the city.

This followed the completion of four other projects with the installation of solar photovoltaic system with a capacity of 1,468.495 kilowatts peak. The projects deployed a total of 3,245 rooftop solar panels.

At present, the NEFIN Group is also working on a fifth project that aims to generate a total energy capacity of 279,279kWh by installing some 558 solar panels.

"NEFIN is working with a number of multinational corporations in various industries in attaining their sustainability goals by exploring other solutions like energy efficiency & management systems and renewable energy certificates (RECs),” Glenn Lim, Chief Executive Officer of NEFIN Group, said.

“We understand that our clients strive to be leaders in environmental social governance and we will give our full support by offering them the most suitable solution.”

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