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  • 15 planned concentrated solar power plants in Thailand

    Thai Solar Energy Co., Ltd., opened the first of some 15 planned concentrated solar power plants in Thailand at the Huaykrachao, Kanjanaburi site on November 29, 2011. Thai Deputy Prime Minister Yongyuth Wichaidit pushes start button at first solar therma

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  • Alstom to deliver 850 MW gas-fired combined-cycle power

    Alstom, in consortium with Sumitomo Corporation of Japan, has been awarded an EPC 1 contract by Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) to build the 850 MW North Bangkok combined-cycle power plant (CCPP) block 2 and supply its equipment. Alsto

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  • Alstom will service and upgrade Bang Bo gas-fired power

    1/29/2013 · Eastern Power and Electric Co. Ltd (EPEC) has signed a 10-year operations and maintenance (O&M) contract 1 with Alstom for its Bang Bo power plant, located at Khlong Daan, Bang Bo Samut Prakan Province, Thailand. This contract is an extension

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  • Annex Power - Construction of a 10.5 MWp Solar - Power

    3/6/2013 · Construction of a 10.5 MWp Solar - Power Plant Located in the central Suphanburi Province of Thailand, the project will consist of 43,420 of Conergy PA 240 and 245 high quality Photovoltaic Panels ...

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  • BankTrack – Krabi coal power plant

    EGCO, Thailand's second-biggest private power producer, has prepared an area for another plant in case the Krabi proposal gives way to villagers' opposition. The power plant would generate 900 MW of power for the region and cost about THB70 billion.

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  • Chana Combined Cycle Power Plant Block 2 - Power

    Combined with the 731MW existing plant, the Chana multi-shaft combined cycle power plant can now deliver 1,531MW to the Southern Power Grid of Thailand. The Chana-2 single-shaft combined cycle plant was built by the Siemens-Marubeni consortium who had als

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  • Chapter 1. Coal-fired Power Plants in Thailand

    Coal-fired Power Plants in Thailand 1.1 Coal-Fired Power Plant Development in Thailand 1) Brief Review of Thailand’s Energy Status Figure 1-1 shows how the electricity output in Thailand from 1971 to 2014 has been growing, especially starting from the lat

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  • Coal-fired power plants ‘partly to blame for Bangkok pollution’

    Coal-fired power plants ‘partly to blame for Bangkok pollution’ national February 09, 2018 01:00. By PRATCH RUJIVANAROM THE NATION . 35,345 Viewed

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  • Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

    The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT; (Thai: การไฟฟ้าฝ่ายผลิตแห่งประเทศไทย; RTGS: kan fai fa fai phalit haeng prathet thai) is a state enterprise, managed by the Ministry of Energy, responsible for electric power generation and transmiss

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  • Fang geothermal plant in Chiang Mai, model for more to

    A recent TV piece from Thailand shows the country's only geothermal power plant in Chiang Mai, in the north of the country. Thailand with mostly low enthalpy resources, has the potential to make use of its resources for smaller scale development for power

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  • Fang geothermal plant in Chiang Mai, model for more to come

    Thailand has been seeking to diversify from its currently fossil fuel based power generation towards more renewable energy power generation. Geothermal is one of the option and in a recent piece by a local TV station, some footage shows the Fang/ Chiang M

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  • GC and GE Sign Agreement to Modernize Nine Gas Turbines

    BANGKOK—February 27, 2019—PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited (GC) signed a 10-year extension to its existing multiyear agreement (MYA) for GE (NYSE: GE) to service six GE 6B and three Frame 5 gas turbines at its Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate power

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  • GED & Mitsui Thailand Gas Power Plant: Company Profile

    Company profile & key executives for GED & Mitsui Thailand Gas Power Plant (1431879D:-) including description, corporate address, management team and contact info.

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  • Glow IPP (Bowin) CCGT Power Plant Thailand - GEO

    Glow IPP (Bowin) CCGT Power Plant Thailand is located at Hemaraj Chonburi Industrial Estate, Bowin, Chon Buri, Thailand. Location coordinates are: Latitude= 13.0862, Longitude= 101.086. This infrastructure is of TYPE Gas Power Plant with a design capacity

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  • JERA Power (Thailand) Co., Ltd

    JERA Power (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (JERA-PT) - a leading company in the power business in Thailand. We have a wide range of experience and expertise in power ge...

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  • Jobs in Energy/Power/Water/Oil & Gas/Waste Management

    Find all the Energy/Power/Water/Oil & Gas/Waste Management jobs and career opportunities in Thailand. Find your dream job in Energy/Power/Water/Oil & Gas/Waste Management only with jobsDB.

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  • Krabi coal power plant Thailand - BankTrack

    Krabi coal power plant Thailand About Krabi coal power plant Brief history What must happen Planning Design Agreement Construction Operation Closure Decommission Status The 800 megawatt coal fired power plant proposed by the Thai government for the provin

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  • Krabi power station - SourceWatch

    12/11/2018 · The Thailand Power Development Plan for 2015-2036 forecasts the power station would be completed in 2019. According to a 2014 report by Greenpeace, the Ban Klong Ruo coal seaport project is a new plan by EGAT to find ways of transporting impo

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  • Let’s build our next coal-power plant in Cambodia

    As with the hydroeletricity coming from Laos, our other neighbour can reap income from shipping energy to the Thai south Plans to build a major power plant in southern Thailand have been ...

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  • List of Power Plants in Thailand - Findpower.com

    Copyright 1999 - 2014 Findpower.com. Contact us per e-mail, Fax: [+1] 954 255 5565 or Phone [+1] 954 933 85 01 Have a suggestion? Please contact us at [email protected]

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  • List of power stations in Thailand

    21 rows · This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The following page lists power generating plants in Thailand

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  • Mae Moh Power Plant

    Mae Moh power plant consists of 10 generating units, i.e. Units 4-13. The Units 1-3 were decommissioned from the operation. Having a production capacity of 2,400 MW, the Mae Moh Power Plant can supply 50% of the electricity to the northern area, 30% to th

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  • Marubeni Awarded Combined-Cycle Power Plant Project in

    1/25/2017 · Marubeni Corporation (“Marubeni”), in a consortium with Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Germany and Siemens Limited, Thailand (“Siemens Group”), has been awarded the South Bangkok (combined-cycle thermal) Power Plant Replacement Project Phase 1 fr

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  • Marubeni Awarded Combined-Cycle Power Plant Project in Taiwan

    2/21/2019 · This power plant will have the capacity to produce over 2,000 MW of electricity, having an EPC contract value of approximately 130 billion Japanese Yen. The project construction site is located in Taoyuan City in the northwest of Taiwan. This

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  • Marubeni Awarded Combined-Cycle Power Plant Project in Thailand

    Marubeni Corporation (“Marubeni”), in a consortium with Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Germany and Siemens Limited, Thailand (“Siemens Group”), has been awarded the South Bangkok (combined-cycle thermal) Power Plant Replacement Project Phase 1 from the Elect

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