From an electricity point-of-view Myanmar has many similarities with Cambodia, with:

  1. a national grid that, while expanding, does not cover the entire country
  2. no feed in tariff mechanism for excess power from RTS

The electricity tariffs in Myanmar do however make a compelling case for installing RTS for 100% self-consumption on commercial and industrial facilities.

For off-grid solutions we have a strong set-up that allows up to 90% of the power consumed to be provided by solar and batteries. The costs of solar power available also in the night is about half of diesel costs.