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SolarGy is partnering with UOB in Asia’s First Integrated Solar Energy Platform

SolarGy is very honoured to partner UOB in this Asia’s First Integrated Solar Energy Platform. With the attractive financing plans offered by UOB, our potential clients will not have an even better business case to switch to solar and begin to make inroads into a sustainable business journey.

UOB offering financing plans for Singapore firms, home owners switching to solar power, Banking News & Top Stories - The Straits Times



SolarGy hosting a visit to NUS SDE-4 to members of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors

Hosting a visit to NUS SDE-4 to members of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. The participants get to see  the super high efficiency solar panels for this net zero energy building. Amidst the host of questions, I generously shared the nitty gritty that went behind the design in order to maximise the energy yield. Given the recent buzz in ramping up solar energy for the nation, the level of enthusiasm from these building professionals seems very encouraging.

Sustainable Singapore: SolarGy on Singapore's development of solar energy

Learn In Singapore, the number of grid-connected solar panel installation hase increased by more than 80 times in a decade. Mr. Albert, Managing Director of SolarGy, talks about the integration of solar panels and how cost effective it is in Singapore.

Listen to it this link: Money FM 89.3


Wondering what is BiPV? Hear it from Minister for National Development, Mr Lawrence Wong.

Still wondering what is BIPV?Hear it from Minister Lawrence Wong who delivered an enlightening message on BIPV.

Watch the video here 

Site tour of Singapore’s First Net Zero Energy Building

Learn how enviromentally friendly features such as the solar panels help NUS SDE-4 achieve net zero energy consumption.

In thid unique CPD event, RICS will conduct a site tour of the NUS SDE-4, Singapore’s first net zero energy building, which produces more energy than it consumes, make it self-sustainable. The tour, which is not usually accessible to the public, will comprises a visit to the building’s “Inverter Room”, followed by a rooftop tour for an exclusive view of the environmentally friendly solar panels that help the building achieve net zero energy consumption. 

NUS SDE-4 has previously been covered by The Straits Time and Indesignlive Singapore.

Join us for this exclusive site tour and hear from Mr. Albert about the design work behind the solar PV system. Book your seat now at

The PV System at the Mandai MRT & Bus Depot is finally turned on after 15 months of design and installation

The PV System at the Mandai MRT & Bus Depot is finally turned on after 15 months of design and installation that demands very high standards of quality, reliability, and most importantly safety. Through the close collaboration with LTA’s team of technically competent engineers, SolarGy’s experience has taken a big leap. We are now in good stead to solarize several more huge MRT depots but we will not rest on our laurels. We will continue to innovate and improve on safety and reliability.

SolarGy get together to celebrate the company's 12th Anniversary

This evening, the staff of SolarGy get together to celebrate the company's 12th Anniversary. Since 2007, we have witnessed the transformation of the solar energy landscape from miniscule kWp to truly large scale ones. SolarGy has done a fair share in the engineering and execution of these solar energy projects, be it large or small, but most importantly we are helping to fight climate change. Since 2007 the systems installed by SolarGy have generated about 85 million kWh of green energy, reducing carbon emission by some 44,000 tons. As the uptake of solar energy continue to grow, it is important to ensure quality and reliable installations that can last as long as the power warranty of the solar panels. In the spirit of fighting climate change, solar adopters must take responsibility to carefully select their system integrators (or EPCs) so that the solar PV systems produce good yield for many years to come and worst of all, they should not degrade beyond expectations that lead to severe loss of green energy, which then defeats the purpose of switching to green energy. As our team of solar engineers continue to grow and gain invaluable experience in the solar space covering rooftop PV, floating PV and BiPV/BaPV installations, we remain committed, as we have always been, to share our knowledge and experience with all our existing and potential customers. We believe this approach will help customers to fully understand the simplicity of PV systems, overcome any fears or misconceptions be it from technology to regulatory perspectives.