News 2011

Sunlabob wins 3 international contracts in October

Sunlabob has won 3 contracts to supply renewable energy material and core components to Thailand, Eritrea and Guinea Bissau.

For the project in Thailand, Sunlabob was contracted by the management of a UNESCAP tender awardee to supply material for the construction of a grid connected system at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) building in Bangkok.

The material, comprising of solar panels with a maximum power of 175Wp and grid-tie inverters with a power output of 7,000 Watts per unit, will be delivered to UNESCAP in October.

The second contract, awarded by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), requires Sunlabob to supply solar water pump accessories to the Gash Barka region in Eritrea, located in East Africa.

In West Africa, under a contract awarded by the management of a United Nations Children’s Fund tender (UNICEF) awardee, Sunlabob is to supply 31 solar water pumps including pipes and 80 watt panels to Guinea Bissau.

These international contracts reflect Sunlabob’s commitment to provide worldwide development efforts with reliable and advanced products.