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5 MWp :

Samut Sakhon, Thailand

December 2016

Conergy and local solar power firm Blue Solar Co., Ltd completed a 5 MWp solar power plant in Samut Sakhon province in December 2016. This project is one of the two solar-farm projects that Blue Solar won in 2016 under the Agricultural Cooperatives and Governmental Agency Program initiated by the Energy Regulatory Commission.

“Blue Solar’s outlook for solar PV continues to be positive. Driven by the Agricultural Cooperatives and Governmental Agency Program, we believe that the solar power market in Thailand will continue to grow at a reasonable rate,” said Visait Hansaward, Managing Director of Blue Solar Co., Ltd. “With a dedicated partner like Conergy, we have been able to utilize their expertise and experience in Thailand and the region to develop an efficient and cost effective solar project. We are excited about this opportunity and appreciate Conergy’s support for the successful deployment of this project.”

Conergy was responsible for the overall planning, engineering, design as well as the component supply for the power plant and collaborated with local partners for the on-ground construction.

“With this additional solar capacity now connected to the grid, we hope that the Blue Solar project will help propel the Thai government’s Agricultural Cooperatives program. Conergy has been active in Thailand for almost a decade, delivering optimized and cost-effective commercial solar solutions that respond to the local market’s requirements. We look forward to serving our Thai customers’ needs well into the future as demand for clean energy continues to grow,” added Conergy’s CEO, Alexander Lenz.

Samut Sakhon, Thailand

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Project Highlights

  • Project Type

    Solar Farms

  • Location

    Samut Sakhon, Thailand

  • Date

    December 2016

  • Installed Capacity

    5 MWp

  • MWh produced annually

    7,442 MWh annually

  • Modules

    15,860 Modules

  • Inverters

    8 inverters

  • Mounting System

    Sigma II

  • Size of Plant

    90,865 square meters

  • CO2 emissions saved

    4600 tons/year

  • Project Region