The 500 kWp TAF pv plant in Thailand

Enerray UAC Thailand builds another roof-top photovoltaic plant in the Asian country. The plant, built for the Thai Acrylic Fiber in Mueang Saraburi District (central part of Thailand) has a power of 500,48 kWp, enough to guarantee a percentage of energy consumption produced equal to 100%.

The pv plant, which will also be managed under maintenance, will have a guaranteed annual production of 698.000 kWh, enough to meet the annual energy consumption needs of more than 280 Thai households while avoiding the emission of about 370 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere.

The 1,500 photovoltaic modules that make up the system have an area of about 3,000 m2 over a total area on the roof of about 4,500 m2. The current is converted from direct to alternating through 17 string inverters.

Enerray UAC Thailand has already built and connected different roof-top pv systems, thus contributing to the development of renewable energy in the country.

Enerray UAC Thailand: We operate through a local company in partnership with UAC Global Public Company Limited, a leading Bangkok-based company listed on the SET (Stock Exchange of Thailand). Enerray has already built several power plants on commercial and industrial rooftops, and it has secured 75 MWp in Operation and Maintenance (O&M) contracts.