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Yingli forms consortium for solar energy in Thailand

Green Energy provider Yingli from China announced that it is forming a consortium to provide engineering, procurement and construction services for a 5 MW solar power plant in Thailand. Companies involved will be Yingli (China), Hydrochina (China), Heibei (China) and Wattanasuk (Thailand). The consortium will provide E.P.C. services to the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand for the Thap Sakae photovoltaic power plant. Thap Sakae is located in Prachuap Khiri Khan (Southern Thailand). This marks a further step in Thailand’s push towards renewable energy and it will hopefully not the last…

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Solar Energy Conference Bangkok

The solar energy market in Southeast Asia has long been in the shadow of the region’s economic superpowers, China and Japan. Partly, this is a matter of fragmentation. After all, the member states of ASEAN – or the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to give it its full title – each have their own distinctive needs and their own energy policies at different stages of evolution. Yet the solar energy sector throughout the region is growing fast. With political support becoming more consistently positive, that expansion looks set to continue for several years, embracing major…

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Green Technology

Like everyone else we, here at my-thai.org, also have lots of new year’s resolutions. One of them: Making the world a better place. How we do that? No idea in particular. But small steps might also bring us closer to our goal. One of those steps: Be more energy efficient and environment friendly. Over the next few month we’ll be trying to find out how you can use solar, water, wind, etc. in order to join us in reducing the ecological footprint. Furthermore we’ll try to find case where it…

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