Energy Absolute Public Company Limited (Bangkok, Thailand) has awarded the international consulting and engineering company Pöyry (Vantaa, Finland) with engineering assignments for the “EA Solar Lampang” solar photovoltaic (PV) project in Thailand.
The total installed capacity of the PV project will be about 130 MWDC with an annual solar power generation of 207 GWh, according to Pöyry’s press release.
A total of 424,800 solar PV panels will be installed on a mounting structure with a single-axis tracking system. The project will be executed up to the end of 2015.
The project, developed by Energy Absolute PCL, is located in Lampang province, northern Thailand. This project will be Asia’s largest solar PV power plant incorporating a tracking system, Pöyry emphasizes.
“As one of the world’s leading renewable engineering consultancies, with an accumulated total installed capacity exceeding 32.000 MW, Pöyry continues to support the Thai power sector in its rapid expansion in the renewable energy sector”, says Didier Mallieu, Vice President of Pöyry’s Hydropower and Renewable Energy Global Competence Line.
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