LONGi completes 2MW floating project in Thailand

By LONGi
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LONGi has supplied 2MW of its high efficiency Hi-MO 5 bifacial modules to Thai EPC KP Greenergy for a floating project in Thailand’s Saraburi Province. Under development since March 2021, the project has now been connected to the grid and become the province’s first floating PV project.

Floating PV is strongly supported by the Thai government, its power plan incorporating the installation of some 2.7GW of solar capacity on nine dams by 2037.  

Sirayut Tonviriya, Project Manager at KP Greenergy, commented: “We are proud to have been the designer and EPC for this project and we will continue to support Thailand’s commitment to the goal of carbon neutrality.”

“We are happy to have cooperated with KP Greenergy in achieving the first floating project in Saraburi Province and contributing to Thailand’s steady progress towards a sustainable low-carbon society,” added Dennis She, LONGi Group Vice President. “LONGi will continue to develop the highest efficiency module technology, adapting to different applications and providing value for its partners around the world.”

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