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M&E Knowledge Sharing

Last weekend on Saturday 10th February Comin Khmere prepared and conducted a full-day (7:30am to 5:00pm) workshop, Knowledge Sharing, at Phnom Penh Hotel.

|| Group Photo before the workshop start

Our Contracting Division Manager, Mr. Foong, was the host and trainer of this program supported by the team of Project Managers. There were a total of 84 participants ranging from Site Supervisors, Site Managers to Project Managers and other related functions. The purpose of this workshop was to share the knowledge and experiences to all staff regarding the process, structure, and workflow in M&E Contracting and for them to understand their role and the role of other departments in the business as a whole. In addition, we wanted them to have the opportunity to share best practices, learn from their colleagues and develop their overall level of professionalism. It was also a great opportunity to get all the site teams together and further develop our strong culture of team spirit.

|| The total of 84 participants and full day workshop

According to the survey after the workshop, it was a great success as most of the staffs enjoyed the program, and at the same time gained new technical knowledge of how to control and site activities more effectively. The workshop was a lively interactive session. Foong advised at the outset that the atmosphere was informal and encouraged questions from the floor at any time. There was a very high level of participation from all attendees and questions raised were answered from different perspectives by Foong, the various senior PM’s and managers in the room.

|| Question and answer during the workshop

Comin Asia run various formal training courses throughout the year and this type of informal Knowledge Sharing workshop compliments the formal training while enhancing our team spirit, collaboration and sense of ownership of all employees. It was a great success and has encouraged the management to ensure more of these will be organized in the future.

Solar Energy System in Cambodia

Growing Solar in the Cambodia market 2017

|| Photo of last week, our engineers arrange line and connection of solar panel on the roof

The price of electricity in Cambodia remains very high, still one of the highest in the world. In the meantime, solar technology becomes more and more reliable and affordable. As a result, the solar market will keep growing and will see more and more commercial and industrial projects as well as utility scale projects (solar farms).

|| Comin Khmere’s engineers are working properly to install solar panels

We have a variety of photovoltaic grid-tied solar energy systems of ranges of sizes with a focus on industrial and commercial project for self-consumption. Roughly such systems can generate up to 30% of the end-user needs.

|| Solar panels captured from the drone of project in Phnom Penh

Comin Khmere has maintained a leading position solar industry for years, as result our capacity installed has grown by more than 30% in 2017 compared to 2016, and we have run several big projects such as Coca Cola, International School of Phnom Penh, US Embassy, ISI, and more.

At the end of this year, 2017, we have installed a total capacity of 6.4 MWp, which generate 27 MWh per day and void the equivalent of 1 ton of CO2 per month.

Our company sees high potential in the industrial sector, electricity being one of their biggest expenses. To consider using an alternative clean source of energy is necessary to remain competitive in the region.