Solar Energy is Developing Dynamically

The world has been developing actively the well-known technologies used for transforming the solar light into a thermal and electric energy in the past 10 years more and more actively. However, a kilowatt-hour is too expensive – that is why people can’t afford solar energy for everyday use. The experiments to transform solar energy into […]

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Solar Power Demand to Continue Revenue in Thailand

Thailand has an aggressive plan to increase its alternative energy consumption from 12.2% -25% over the next 10 years. This, plus its abundance of land and sunlight, a clear legal framework and a supportive banking environment has led to rapid growth in its solar power industry. Anwell Technologies, which forayed into solar panel manufacturing two […]

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Thailand Organic Fertilizer and Mulch-Purpose Solutions

The Cafe Amazon coffee shop is powered by solar power. High technology is being deployed to shed light on nearby communities on how they can help in turning Thailand into “a low-carbon society” Thailand Organic Fertilizer and Mulch-Purpose Solutions The station would be a prototype in disseminating knowledge on zero waste to business operators and […]

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Egco Wind Turbine Developer

Egco, Thailand’s second-largest private power producer, has been in talks to acquire 90% of a wind turbine developer for about US$400 million. The deal is expected to be concluded early next year. Located in Chaiyaphum, the wind project is slated for 200-megawatt capacity with operation to begin in 2014. Egco announced a planned capital expenditure […]

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Thailand to Share Solar Technology with Philippines

The Natural Energy Development Co. Ltd.  (NED) is interested in sharing its expertise in solar energy to the Philippines. The Thailand-based solar firm, which operates a 224-hectare solar power plant, believes that solar technology such as theirs will be viable in a country like the Philippines, plant manager of the Lopburi solar power plant. NED’s […]

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Social Conergy Project in Thai School and Children’s Orphanage Inaugurated

Yaowawit School and Lodge in Kapong in Phang Nga. Now that the new solar plant has been put into operation during an inauguration ceremony, it will be providing clean electricity for the 110 youngsters aged four to eighteen living at the Yaowawit home for orphans and socially disadvantaged children and for the attached school. This […]

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PV Diesel Hybrid Energy System to MORU in Thailand

PV solar energy generator with an existing combustion engine to generate the power needed while reducing fuel consumption. The reduction in diesel consumption has been estimated to save €4,500 a year. The new hybrid system will solve existing power supply problems, caused by the diesel engine generator and fuel supply. This kind of hybrid energy […]

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Thailand Solar Power Demand to Continue to Drive Revenue

Thailand has an aggressive plan to increase its alternative energy consumption from 12.2%-25% over the next 10 years. This, plus its abundance of land and sunlight, a clear legal framework and a supportive banking environment has led to rapid growth in its solar power industry. This is a boon for Anwell Technologies, which forayed into […]

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Rojana Solar Power Plant Construction Project

The Rojana  Construction Project Profile is part of our database of 25,000+ construction projects. Our database includes a 10+ year archive of completed projects, full coverage of all global projects with a value greater than $50 million and key contact details for project managers, owners, consultants, contractors and bidders.  

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21 Megawatts Conergy Solar Power Plants in Thailand

The Conergy’s success in Thailand continues and in the process underscores its outstanding market position in Southeast Asia’s growth markets. The solution and service provider has secured a major contract for 2 solar power plants in Thailand through a tendering procedure, representing a total capacity of 21 megawatts. The awarding authority is Thai Solar Energy […]

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