27 Apr '11, 5pm

12.4 MW: Conergy builds another solar park in Thailand with 100% own components

Hamburg / Singapore / Bangkok, 26 April 2011 – With the 12.4 megawatt solar park in Nakhon Pathom province, Conergy is building the third solar park on Thai soil within one year. Together with its local partner Annex Power, a Bangkok-based systems integrator, the solar experts are constructing a park covering an area of 268,500 square meters – equivalent to the size of 25 soccer fields. Double Milestone: Investor is building the second solar park with Conergy With this project, Conergy further strengthens its position in Asia: The new solar park marks the second time in three months that an all-Conergy park will be built in the price-sensitive Asian market. This is the follow-up project from the Ayutthaya solar park for the investors Yanhee Solar and Ratchaburi Electricity who have entered into a joint venture agreement as Solarta to develop solar energy parks in Thailand....

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