DuPont Apollo signs contracts to provide 22.75MW of modules for Thai PV projects


Thin-film manufacturer DuPont Apollo has singed contracts to supply PV projects in Thailand with a total of 22.75MW of modules, the company has announced. The PV modules will equip two projects, one located in the Chaiyaphum province, owned by Smart Green Energy and a second one located in the Saraburi province, owned by Inifinite Green. DuPont Apollo is already involved in an 8.7MW ground mounted PV project in the Prachin Buri province, in collaboration with L Solar 1.

DuPont Apollo announced its support for the 10-year Alternative Energy Development Plan (AEDP Master Plan 2012-2021), implemented by the Thai Ministry of Energy: “Together with our PV partners here, we all share a common mission and vision: to support and contribute to Thailand’s economic expansion and to meet growing electricity demand in a way that will generate less greenhouse gas (GHG) emission than if the country were to depend solely on oil and gas.  The aim is to help the country to gain more energy independence and lessen economic pressure from the price fluctuation of imported fuels,” Somchai Laohverapanich, managing director of DuPont Thailand, explained.

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