Powerway has fought off local and international competition to be crowned victor of the EPC contract for an 18MW PV plant in Thailand.
The company was chosen as a result of its “innovative and stringent design protocols”. It collaborated with an undisclosed thin-film module manufacturer and has supplied both mounting structures and PV modules for the project.
The company used its design technology in order to create mounting structures which combine robustness with an aesthetically pleasing design to suit the geographical conditions and the customer’s budgetary requirements.
Thailand has been experiencing a surge in PV activities in recent months. As an emerging and important market for the solar industry, companies have started to set up offices in the country to serve the growing South East Asian market. In April Proinso opened a new PV centre in the country and in August US solar giant First Solar established a subsidiary in Bangkok.