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Quadran pitches more renewables projects

Quadran pitches more renewables projects

French energy firm Quadran International and China’s Shanghai SUS Environment Co Ltd met Tourism Thong Khon on Monday to further discuss the potential for developing a $167 million 30-megawatt biomass plant for Phnom Penh, local media reported.

The two companies also proposed an $89 million 55-megawatt solar plant for Siem Reap.

This is the second time in six months Quadran has visited Cambodia looking to push energy investment projects.

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