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A PPA is a Power Purchase Agreement between customer and solar developer, whereby the customer agrees to purchase electricity generated by the solar installation at a fixed rate per kWh over an agreed period. We typically offer PPA of 10 to 25 years.
In an EPC model, you need to invest in engaging a contractor to design and build the solar installation that you will own and maintain. In the PPA model, the developer builds, owns and maintains the asset.
The PPA model is preferred by most as there are no capital and operating expenses to be borne by the customer. This means that you can enjoy lower electricity bills without any upfront investment or worrying about maintaining the solar asset over its system lifespan of 25 years.
The maintenance and performance management of the solar installation will be left to the solar professionals while the customers enjoy hassle-free energy with the PPA model.
Customers can expect the solar panel system installation to be completed within 6 months from site handover.
We will maintain the solar panels with our inhouse Operations & Maintenance team as well as via our online monitoring system.
There will not be a battery installed at your premises. The solar panel system is directly connected to your building’s electricity grid. Electricity generated by the solar panels will directly serve your building’s load and any excess electricity will be exported back to the grid.
We have property insurance that will cover the entire duration of operating and maintaining the solar PV system, including public liability insurance.The customer shall maintain his own property damage insurance at his own cost and expense.
If the fire is attributable to Sembcorp, our insurer shall pay to the customer’s insurer. The customer can then claim from their insurer for the damages. If the fire is attributable to the customer, the customer’s insurer shall pay our insurer. With this arrangement, both parties are covered in the event of a fire.
Prior to installation, we will conduct a roof assessment survey and advise if there is a need for the customer to conduct roof repair. This roof repair work will be done at the customer’s own cost.
After installation, we will be responsible for addressing the leakage issue if it is caused by the solar panel system.