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In October 2013 Siam Solar Energy 1 Company (a subsidiary of the Thai Solar Energy Co., Ltd.), awarded Conergy two new solar parks — one located in Suphanburi and another in Kanchanaburi. The new project brings Conergy’s total installed volume in Thailand to more than 100MW.
Serving as the general contractor for the project, Conergy assumed responsibility for the planning, engineering and design as well as for the supply of the components for the two solar parks, which cover about 370,000 sqm and generate over 30,000 MWh per year. For the construction work on the ground, Conergy collaborated with its long- standing local partner — the Ensys Group.
Conergy was previously awarded contracts to build solar parks with installed capacities of 21MW and 31.5MW by Siam Solar Energy 1 also in Suphanburi and Kanchanaburi provinces. The continued success of Conergy in Thailand not only demonstrates the company’s strong credibility within the industry but also increases the contribution of both Siam Solar Energy 1 and Conergy to Thailand’s electricity supply.
“Thailand is a leader for clean energy development within the ASEAN region. When the integration of ASEAN’s 10 countries takes effect in 2015, Thailand’s position as a role model for other countries will be strengthened. With the ASEAN economic community initiative comes a strong expectation for ASEAN GDP growth and energy generation will play important role to help drive economic growth and development in the region. With its supportive renewable energy policies, Thailand is paving the way to a more sustainable energy future,” said Alexander Lenz, CEO for Conergy.
“We are delighted about our renewed collaboration. We are impressed with Conergy’s leading quality standards with each new power plant,” said Cathleen Maleenont, CEO at Siam Solar Energy 1 Co. Ltd.
Suphanburi/Kanchanaburi, Thailand Highlights
MWh produced annually
30,000 MWh annually
84,050 Conergy PH 250 crystalline modules
20 Central inverters
Conergy Sigma I
Size of Plant
370,000 square meters
CO2 emissions saved