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SUNWICE completes the largest solar plant for American Samoa Power Authority and creates 50 workstations locally.
a leader in providing green power generation services, recently finished the biggest photovoltaic system on Samoa in the South Pacific. Due to the fact that the country is at a bonus in American Samoa, the new system was installed on a 3. 93-acre site near the airstrip of the Isle, with 2 extra mornings reserved as an spillover site.
As the site is only 1,100 ft from the sea, SunWize had to develop a dedicated hot-dip galvanised shelving system to resist the highly aggressive seawater. SunWize needed to protect its shelving system with specific foundations that could even be laid with the island's rocky bottom and finite cement intact.
SunWize recruited a number of sub-contractors during the deployment period of the system, using 50 Samoans for a wide range of work. Although Garvison and the SunWize staff had to deal with a number of difficult issues, they knew the results of the Australian Samoa site near the Ecuadorian Sea would be highly beneficial as it would receive more than 1000 watt per sq. metre at times of high demand, which is perfect for photovoltaic systems.
Availabilty of PV could also reduce the electricity prices of American Samoa in the near-term. Dwellers and shopkeepers are currently paying around $0. 40 per kW; however, 75 per cent of this amount is going towards a gasoline charge that the ASPA will have to pay ITS diesels providers. The Governor of American Samoa, Togiola Tulafono, has been supporting this groundbreaking initiative from its very beginning to its finalization, acknowledging its numerous ecological and socio-economic advantages.
On Friday, April 13, at 10:00 a.m., he and several other American Samoa and United States officials will be present at an formal ceremonial at the site of the film. BROKDOWN SUNWIZE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.: SunWize Technologies, Inc. has been providing green power for more than 20 years to major consumer and governments, serving a wide range of industries and industries that include hospital, university, defence, safety, telecommunications and sanitation.
SOWIZE develops, manufactures and implements turn-key, renewable power systems. SUNWICE operates logistic plants on both the Eastern and Western coasts and is also a leading supplier of world-class renewable power generation equipment to the United States. SOWIZE is a fullyowned affiliate of Mitsui & Co. ON THE AMERICAN SAMOA POWER AUTHORITY (ASPA):
The ASPA is a development-oriented government utilities company that supplies power, drinking and sanitation and municipal wastes, and also acts as a municipal fuels provider for over 55,000 inhabitants of American Samoa. At ASPA, we design, install, operate and maintain the American Samoa government infrastructures and strive to provide our clients with the highest level of customer care at the best possible prices.
The ASPA is both required by statute and driven by the ideal of charitable services to act as a sustainable and prosperous unit of the Government of American Samoa. The ASPA is led by a five-member executive committee and managed by a collaborative team effort between officers and plant managers. The members are appointed to the Executive Committee by the Governor of American Samoa and re-elected by the Legislature of the Government of American Samoa.