Conergy To Build Three New Solar Farms in Thailand.

Solar energy developer Conergy and ATC Enviro, a subsidiary of Symbior Solar group have partnered to develop three solar farms in Thailand.

The solar parks will have a combined capacity of 19MWp.

Under the partnership, Conergy will conduct planning, engineering, design and component supply for the projects. Ensys Group will handle on-ground construction.

It will supply more than 60,000 PE310P modules and Sigma II mounting systems for the projects.

Two of the solar farms, which have proposed capacity of 8MWp each, are to be constructed at Si Maha Phot district west of Bangkok in Thailand. The third has been planned for Si Maho Sod district.

President of Conergy Asia and Middle East Alexander Lenz said Thailand was an ideal location for solr PV deployment.

“Thailand is committed to achieve ambitious renewable energy goals and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. Solar energy is integral to the success of the program,” he added.

Symbior Solar plans to develop 100MW of solar across Asia throughout 2015 and 2016.

 

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Originally from PV Tech

Author: Darvin Tocmo

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