Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Hoang Quoc Vuong has been appointed the new president of oil giant Petrovietnam.
Energy officials expect to sign power purchase agreements (PPAs) under the “Energy for All” renewable power scheme in March next year.
Despite a need to shift towards defensive business operations, including cuts in capital spending and salaries among executives during the recession, Banpu Plc is not losing steam as it grows in the clean energy field.
Ratch Group, Thailand’s largest private power producer by capacity, plans additional mergers and acquisitions (M&A) for power generation assets in a bid to achieve capacity expansion to 10,000 megawatts by 2025.
Industry and energy officials are planning to build four floating solar farms, worth 1.8-2.4 billion baht, in industrial estates in a move Industry Minister Suriya Jungrungreangkit says is in line with the energy policy of US president-elect Joe Biden.
Cleantech Solar has announced the execution of a long-term solar power purchase agreement (PPA) with consumer products manufacturer and distributor Osotspa Public Company Limited for a combined 3 MW solar PV system on Osotspa’s five factories across Thailand.
BANGKOK — Energy group PTT aims to extend its already wide lead in Thailand’s filling station market with a 30% increase in locations, adding to concerns that the state-owned company is throttling private-sector competition.
Adani Green Energy Twenty-Three Ltd – a joint venture of Adani Green Energy and French energy major Total Solar Singapore – has completed the acquisition of a 205 MW solar power project for an enterprise value of Rs 1,632 crore, the Gautam Adani-led firm said in a regulatory filing on Thursday. With the acquisition, the […]
ENPH recently announced its partnership with Thailand’s solar installer Natura Living, under which they are jointly constructing commercial solar installation projects for PepsiCo Thailand. Notably, Natura Living is currently installing a 60 kilowatt (kW) solar array using Enphase IQ 7+ microinverters on PepsiCo Thailand’s agronomy division building.
The company has now secured all it takes to successfully realise the projects which form part of B.Grimm’s plan to build a portfolio of 7,200 MW