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Canada partner wants to invest in solar power in Ninh Thuan
IQLinks Joint Stock Company and CMX Renewable Energy Group (Canada) had a working session with Ninh Thuan Provincial People's Committee on solar energy investment projects, according to Ninh Thuan newspaper reported.

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Currently, IQLinks JSC is a consulting company for CMX Renewable Energy Group (Canada) - the multinational group, has many years of experience in the field of renewable energy, has invested many solar power plants in the countries of Canada, India, the Caribbean, Iran with a total capacity of 2,000 MW, and an investment of nearly 02 billion dollars.

Through the study of the natural conditions as well as the investment policy in Vietnam in general and Ninh Thuan prvince in particular, CMX Renewable Energy Corporation wants to Invest in solar power plants with a capacity of 150 MW, the total expected investment of $ 150 million, with an area of land is expected to implement the project is 250 hectares.

In addition, the company committed to using labors, local materials in the construction and operation of solar power plants as well as commitment to support 1.5 MW (1% plant capacity) power solar free to serve the people in the project area.

Vice Chairman of Ninh Thuan provincial People's Committee Mr. Pham Van Hau welcomed the investment interest of the IQLinks Company and CMX Renewable Energy Group (Canada) for solar power projects in Ninh Thuan province, contribute to provide more clean and stable energy sources,  serve the needs of the economic and social development of the province.

Kim Xuyen
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