• Off-Grid System
    Hybrid Power Supply System for Base Transceiver Station (BTS) at Me Island, Thanh Hoa Province

    Vietnam has installed more than 64.000 BTSs so far. Each station consumes about 30KWh a day, for 64.000 BTSs the overall consumption adds up to 1.920MWh per day.

    This is aggravated by the fact that remote areas and islands are not connected to the grid.

    Thus operators of BTSs have no other choice but using diesel generators, which are more expensive and polluting.





    Given this circumstance, EDEC signed a contract with University of Technology of Ho Chi Minh City to design a Hybrid Wind/Solar/Diesel solution in January 2011.

    EDEC installed its pilot project on Dao Me island in Thanh Hoa province.

    The contribution ratio between renewable energy and diesel is expected to be 70% and 30%, respectively. Presently, there are about 6000 BTSs still running with Diesel generator. If this solution proves itself as an alternative way for BTS power supply, we can expect to save up to 126 MWh/day or 19,775 tons of CO2 per year.


  • Grid-tie System
    Hybrid Power Supply System for Base Transceiver Station (BTS) at Me Island, Thanh Hoa Province

    Vietnam has installed more than 64.000 BTSs so far. Each station consumes about 30KWh a day, for 64.000 BTSs the overall consumption adds up to 1.920MWh per day.

    This is aggravated by the fact that remote areas and islands are not connected to the grid.

    Thus operators of BTSs have no other choice but using diesel generators, which are more expensive and polluting.





    Given this circumstance, EDEC signed a contract with University of Technology of Ho Chi Minh City to design a Hybrid Wind/Solar/Diesel solution in January 2011.

    EDEC installed its pilot project on Dao Me island in Thanh Hoa province.

    The contribution ratio between renewable energy and diesel is expected to be 70% and 30%, respectively. Presently, there are about 6000 BTSs still running with Diesel generator. If this solution proves itself as an alternative way for BTS power supply, we can expect to save up to 126 MWh/day or 19,775 tons of CO2 per year.


  • Grid-tie System
    Hybrid Power Supply System for Base Transceiver Station (BTS) at Me Island, Thanh Hoa Province

    Vietnam has installed more than 64.000 BTSs so far. Each station consumes about 30KWh a day, for 64.000 BTSs the overall consumption adds up to 1.920MWh per day.

    This is aggravated by the fact that remote areas and islands are not connected to the grid.

    Thus operators of BTSs have no other choice but using diesel generators, which are more expensive and polluting.





    Given this circumstance, EDEC signed a contract with University of Technology of Ho Chi Minh City to design a Hybrid Wind/Solar/Diesel solution in January 2011.

    EDEC installed its pilot project on Dao Me island in Thanh Hoa province.

    The contribution ratio between renewable energy and diesel is expected to be 70% and 30%, respectively. Presently, there are about 6000 BTSs still running with Diesel generator. If this solution proves itself as an alternative way for BTS power supply, we can expect to save up to 126 MWh/day or 19,775 tons of CO2 per year.


  • Capacity Building
    2013 Go Green Summer Tour

    Participants:

    35 people, primarily students from the University of Technology in Ho Chi Minh City.

     

    Schedule:

    The bus departs early in the morning from EDEC’s office in District 2. All participants are brought to SolarBK's factory in District 12, where they have the chance to learn more about theory and practice of renewable energy equipment.

    In the afternoon, the group visits a hotel in Ho Chi Minh City which has installed SolarBK’s solar water heating system. On-site a team of professionals explain the system to the students.




    Contact EDEC for your field trip on-demands
     
    We are currently grouping interestees for yearly green field trips. It would be great experience for scholars, educators, students and even prospect staff in Green Energy to find out how we apply green technology appliances into our lives.


  • Solar Thermal System
    Solar Thermal System

    Portable Devices Solar Charge Station


    Smart portable devices have become an important feature in modern life. Over the last two decades the world saw impressive technological change. We all carry small devices, which enable us to communicate, gather and share information and do much more. We teamed with SolarBK – the leading solar energy investment company in Viet Nam – and released our first solar-based charging station, which is capable to charge eight devices concurrently. EDEC promotes this system to public places like hospitals, schools and universities to raise the awareness of renewable energy solutions.




  • Power Supply
    Hybrid Power Supply System for Base Transceiver Station (BTS) at Me Island, Thanh Hoa Province

    Vietnam has installed more than 64.000 BTSs so far. Each station consumes about 30KWh a day, for 64.000 BTSs the overall consumption adds up to 1.920MWh per day.

    This is aggravated by the fact that remote areas and islands are not connected to the grid.

    Thus operators of BTSs have no other choice but using diesel generators, which are more expensive and polluting.





    Given this circumstance, EDEC signed a contract with University of Technology of Ho Chi Minh City to design a Hybrid Wind/Solar/Diesel solution in January 2011.

    EDEC installed its pilot project on Dao Me island in Thanh Hoa province.

    The contribution ratio between renewable energy and diesel is expected to be 70% and 30%, respectively. Presently, there are about 6000 BTSs still running with Diesel generator. If this solution proves itself as an alternative way for BTS power supply, we can expect to save up to 126 MWh/day or 19,775 tons of CO2 per year.


  • ESCO Business Model
    Experimental Manufacturing collective – scale solar hot water systems






    The project is part of the Environmental Industry Development Program for Viet Nam. EDEC and SolarBK cooperated and installed solar hot water systems in businesses and factories.

    The installed systems help entities to save money on their electric bills. Furthermore, companies involve themselves in the energy transition and thereby improve their brand value to customers.

     

    Exemplary Project: Hoang Anh Myanmar Hotel

    Location: Yangon, Myanmar
    Implementation: 2013
    EDEC's function: Consultancy & Design



    Types of room

    Qty

    Required amount (liters/day)

    Total (liters/day)

    1-bed room

    17

    75.7

    1,286.9

    2-bed room

    406

    151

    61,468.4

    Others (kitchen, spa…)


    5,000

    5,000



    Total

    67,755


    EDEC calculates to what amount solar energy contributes to the total amount of required energy.
    The amount of absorbed solar energy peaks in April, when the sun satisfies the demand for energy to 88%.
    EDEC estimated that the yearly radiation provides 59% of the energy needed. Accurate numbers show that the average annual energy saving is 65%, which is above our expectations
    .