China Gezhouba Group International Engineering Co., Ltd (shorted as CGGC), a core member of China Energy Engineering Group Co., Ltd., signed a USD 500 million EPC contract with CPL Company in Bangkok, capital of Thailand. CGGC will be responsible for execution of the Changwat Khon Kaen 90MW CSP-PV Solar Power [...]
The first parabolic trough concentrating solar thermal plant using direct steam generation – delivers its full 5 MW of output to Thailand’s power network.
Duckwitz, Germany-based Solarlite partnered with Thai Solar Energy company to manufacture and build the five-megawatt Concentrating Solar Power Plant.
Thai Solar Energy Co., Ltd., opened the first of some 15 planned concentrated solar power plants in Thailand at the Huaykrachao, Kanjanaburi site on November 29, 2011.
On November 29th, 2011 Thai Solar Energy Company Ltd. (Bangkok, Thailand) celebrated the opening of a 5 MW concentrating solar power (CSP) plant in Thailand's Kanchanaburi Province.
Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister Mr. Yongyuth Wichaidit has pressed the start button of the first concentrated solar thermal power plant in his country, Wirsol/Independence reports.
Thailand became a forerunner in the area by setting the conservative target of increasing its solar energy capacity to 550 megawatts by 2022.
The concentrated solar energy plant has a nominal capacity of 5 megawatts. It would be the world's first commercial parabolic trough power plant using water instead of thermal oil as a heat carrier.
Sopogy's patented Micro Concentrated Solar Power (MicroCSP) technology uses mirrors and optics to intensify the heat energy from the sun creating thermal energy.
The Thai government has received applications for 3.58GW of solar photovoltaic and concentrating solar power (CSP) plants through three subsidy programs.