Indigo Energy focuses on factory (C&I) rooftop projects in Myanmar. Our business model is to invest directly in the system itself and sell electricity on a monthly basis to our clients. In general, we are able to offer an attractive discount to our clients by entering into a long term agreement to sell energy over many years.
Our clients are still connected to the grid, so they can always run their business … even at night! This business model is one that is well established in the US, Europe, and most parts of Asia (including Thailand and the Philippines).
While our main focus is on factory rooftops, occasionally our clients decide to invest in the solar system directly. This option is good for companies who are willing to make the upfront investment in the solar equipment to operate themselves at their facility or for projects which are too small for third party investment. If this option is of interest to you, please get in touch via our Contact page.
As we have long experience in the Myanmar energy sector, occasionally we have done consulting projects for foreign companies who are interested in entering the Myanmar market. Since we began our operations in the energy access/rural electrification space, we have aided a number of companies to perform pre-feasibility work for micro-grids and evaluate solar home system (SHS) opportunities. If you are considering to enter the Myanmar electricity market, let us know how we can help you by getting in touch through our Contact page.
Indigo Energy, a leading company for providing cheaper electricity to factories by putting solar panels on their roofts in Myanmar & Vietnam. Check out the recent projects where Indigo Energy installed solar PV systems for different kinds of businesses in Myanmar.
Chaung Thar Lodge
This is the biggest accomplishment for Indigo Energy in 2020! We have installed a 372.4 kWp solar PV system on the rooftop of the well-known Junction Square car park area located in Yangon. Despite the Covid-19 Global pandemic and technical challenges in installation due to the rainy season, Indigo Energy managed to deliver the project to the owner in time. The solar system will reduce costs for both the backup diesel generator and the existing grid.
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World Wildlife Fund
Indigo Energy finished the installation of a 3.6kWp solar PV system at World Wildlife Fund office (WWF) in Dawei. The system is working together with solar, grid & backup battery. The approximate savings for the client is 60% of the total electricity charges.
Dana Rice Mill
We have installed 75.4kWp solar PV system for Dana Tharhar Ya Rice Mill in Phyapon. The system is working together with solar, diesel generator & steam driven dynamo. It can approximately save $ 2000 or 30 Lakhs MMK per month for the client.
We have recently finished an 86.4kWp solar PV system installed on the rooftop of MYANBISCO Biscuit Factory located in Shwe Pyi Thar. The system is working together with its existing grid and diesel generator. This PV system helps them to save $ 800 or 12 Lakhs MMK per month.
Indigo Energy developed, designed, engineered, and constructed a turn-key 80.4kWp solar system for a private hospital in Southern Myanmar, Dawei that was finished in October 2018. It can save $ 1700 or 25 Lakhs MMK per month and the project pay back period is less than 5 years.
In September, 2019, Indigo Energy has successfully finished installation of 3 solar PV system projects, Phoe Zaw Print Shop, Vision Fund Myanmar Myeik Branch and Vision Fund Myanmar Pulaw Branch. We do projects not only commercial & industrial usage and but also some residential and SMEs usage. We value every customer and are always ready to help with what customer needs. We are looking forward to doing more projects in very soon.