More floating PV for Thailand
of understanding to develop floating PV systems on hydroelectric dams in Thailand.  Harold Meurisse, executive director of Sky & Earth
Aug 5, 2019 // Plants, Floating PV, Ciel&Terre, SCG, Thailand, floating PV, EGAT, Asia
Cleantech Solar completes installment of roof solar arrays at Cargill sites in Thailand
power need with budget friendly, dependable as well as sustainable resources, Thailand has actually set a target to enhance the use of renewables to 30 percent of
Dec 21, 2020 // Plants, Rooftop PV, Thailand, Asia, rooftop PV, Cleantech Solar, Watcharapon Prasopkiatpoka, Raju Shukla
Total to Develop 25 MW of Solar Rooftop Projects in Thailand
(MW) of solar roofs for 24 centers of among the biggest food firms in Thailand, Betagro. Every one of these projects gain from a 20-year Power Purchase
Mar 10, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Rooftop PV, Thailand, Asia, Total, rooftop solar, Julien Pouget, International
Mitsubishi switches on 5-MW PV plant in Thailand
and also sales device Laemchabang Manufacturing facility of Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) Co Ltd, or (MMTh), Mitsubishi's largest producing centre outside
Feb 22, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Rooftop PV, Thailand, Asia, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, PV Power Plant
Thai utility GPSC to acquire 39.5 MW of solar energy ability in Thailand
Monoxide Ltd, PP Solar Carbon Monoxide Ltd as well as TerraForm Operating (Thailand) Carbon Monoxide Ltd These companies hold plants situated in Phichit,
Mar 30, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Thailand, Asia, GPSC
JA Solar Material Modules for Thailand's Largest Floating Solar Plant
maker of high-performance photovoltaic or pv products, has announced that Thailand's 12.5 MW floating solar energy plant, which utilised its high-efficiency PERC
Jun 17, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, JA Solar, Thailand, floating PV, Asia, modules
CleanMax Receives Financing From GCPF for Southeast Asia Expansion
leader CleanMax to expand its operations right into Southeast Asia, targeting Thailand as its very first brand-new market. GCPF is readied to invest USD 10 million
Jul 8, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Solar, India, Thailand, Asia, Southeast Asia, C&I segment, CleanMax, GCPF, GCPF CleanMax Southeast Asia, Nikunj Ghodawat
ROUND-UP: SunPower feeds Chevron oilfield, 25MW Assam tender, Sodexo Constant MoU
and O&M services for five years. Constant Energy partners Sodexo Thailand 28 October: Sodexo Thailand, a local unit of the
Oct 30, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, USA, India, SunPower, tender, Thailand, Asia, North America, Chevron, Nam Nguyen, Assam, Constant Energy, Sodexo, Allen Satterwhite
US sanctions to redirect Chinese PV supply towards Europe, Asia
levels and will continue to do so in the future, the firm predicted. Thailand, Vietnam reap unintended gains from sanctions According to Fitch,
Aug 5, 2019 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Policy, Solar, USA, India, China, Fitch, solar pv, trade sanctions, Asia, North America
URE introduces Taiwan manufacturing facility disposal
URE still have Jhunan Keyan, Houkou, Hsinchu, Tainan, Vietnam as well as Thailand production websites," the manufacturer informed pv magazine. The firm
Jul 18, 2020 // Manufacturing News, Taiwan, Jhunan Kebei
Super Energy Corp to Purchase Solar Projects Well Worth 750 MW in Vietnam
Thailand-based Super Energy Corporation has actually introduced that its Board of Directors has actually authorized the financial investment in solar energy projects by a subsidiary of the firm in Vietnam, for 4 projects with a complete set up ability of 750 megawatts (MW). Based on journalism declaration, the overall purchase worth will certainly not be going beyond USD 456.7 million. And also under the contract, the power team will certainly pay USD 72.9 million to obtain bulk risks in 4 photovoltaic (PV) possessions that are unfinished in the southerly district of Binh Phoc. The equilibrium quantity of USD 383.8 million will certainly be designated to finish the nuclear power plant' building. Adhering to the deal, Super Energy Corporation, via its subsidiary Super Solar Thailand Carbon monoxide, will certainly possess about 70 percent in the Loc Ninh 1, 2 and also 4 projects, each of 200 MW, as well as the 150-MW Loc Ninh 3. Every one of them are set up for conclusion by December 30, 2020, as well as will certainly obtain a USD-7.09/ kWh feed-in-tariff (FIT) for 20 years, according to an initial quote. It will certainly be dispersed under a power acquisition arrangement with state-owned utility Vietnam Electricity (EVN) from June 2019. Based on the declaration, the Board of Directors and also the Risk Management Committee believe that the becoming part of the purchase is reasonable. it is beneficial to the business as well as the investors of the business. Additional including that "by buying Vietnam, these 3 projects will certainly aid enhance the competition and also competition in business. Since Vietnam is a nation with high capacity for sustainable power advancement, this is. Particularly solar as well as wind power. As well as Vietnam remains in the instructions of expanding profession as well as sector, so there is a propensity to boost power intake. Presently, the Government of Vietnam offers top priority to Alternative Energy. And also the objective is to generate even more. To lower the ecological effect. As well as to construct power safety and security for the nation. This is an excellent possibility for the firm to buy."
Mar 31, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Asia, Vietnam, International, Super Energy Corporation
Trina Solar module shipments hit new record high in initial fifty percent 2020
at its production operations throughout its centers in China, Malaysia, Thailand as well as Vietnam. Shipments in the very first half of 2020 were nearly
Aug 28, 2020 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, pv modules, c-si manufacturing, solar cell, Trina Solar
Thai Tesco deal for solar on stores
Thailand hypermarket chain Tesco Lotus has entered into a solar PV power purchase agreement with Singapore-headquartered renewables company Cleantech Solar. The deal covers 19 Tesco Lotus stores across the country and is expected to generate over 21.5 GWh of clean energy. It is part of the Thai retailer’s effort to hit the target of parent group Tesco to source all of its electricity from renewables by 2030. Cleantech Solar will fully finance the design, installation, operation and maintenance of the solar PV systems. Miroslav Friml of Tesco Lotus said the deal with Cleantech Solar was “a significant milestone that will help us to deliver on our commitment to renewable energy”. “In 2016 we began installing rooftop solar panels at eight hypermarkets and five distribution centres. With the added capacity this year, Tesco Lotus will generate over 36.5 GWh of clean electricity every year.” Cleantech Solar owns and operates more than 160 solar plants across southeast Asia and India,  representing over 300 MW.
Oct 21, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Rooftop PV, India, Thailand, Asia, Cleantech Solar, Tesco Lotus, Miroslav Friml
BayWa r.e. continues Asia-Pacific expansion and has launched a new solar system distribution business in the Philippines
for a 600 kW rooftop PV system in the Philippines from its branch in Thailand. The new sales location in the Greater Manila area will enable BayWa r.e. to
Nov 21, 2019 // Markets & Finance News, Rooftop PV, Germany, Europe, Asia, Philippines, BayWa r.e. Renewable Energy, Daniel Gäfke
JinkoSolar lands 150MW Cambodia solar supply deal
for by EDC in September, prompting a record-low bid of US$38.77/MWh from Thailand-based developer Prime
Jan 7, 2020 // Manufacturing News, Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR, JinkoSolar, Asia, Cambodia, south east asia