Powerway will generate a 30MW PV program in Thailand
A field of over 60 Acres in the north of Thailand is said to be covered by 100,000 PV systems that are said to be distribute to the PV project.
As the current figures report, until 2016 the entire installation of photovoltaic solar energy in Southeast Asia is said too reach 5 GW. The request for energy is developing and Thailand is to turn into Asia’s most prosper renewable energy market. The Thailandese government gives to the solar industry a great deal of attention. Moreover, as Asia’s first implementation of one of the countries FIT projects, has a strategy of reaching the goal of installing a 2GW PV plant until 2022.
If the last year’s success, when the Thai 18MW solar farm project was completed, is taken into account, you can say this is the second biggest success for Powerway. A professional aspect and design and a vast solar farm construction background is what defines Powerway, so the company again worked together with a renowned French EPC company. The project was formally launched in May, but the final steps are programmed by the end of the year. The project will install 100, 000 PV solar panels in an area of over 60 acres. The resulted power can provide for 90,000 people.
The project is situated in Northeast Thailand where the weather conditions are not easy to predict. Still, Powerway engineers have designed a ground mounting system that has a embedded foundation said to be reliable, cost effective and easy to install. Moreover, the company has sent an experienced project team to the job site that can offer technical support and train the local teams.
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