Powerway to build 18 MW PV plant in Thailand

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Powerway notes that its racking system for the PV plant is designed to consider aesthetics, the geography of the site and the customer’s budget

Powerway Renewable Energy Company Ltd. (Foshan City, China) has been awarded a contract to build an 18 megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in Thailand.

In addition to supplying engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services, Powerway is also supplying the mounting structures and thin-film PV modules for the plant through a collaboration with a “renowned” thin-film producer.

“Thailand, being one of the growing markets for photovoltaic developments, attracts a host of internationally renowned companies resulting in an extreme competitive environment,” noted Powerway in a press statement.

“Powerway has managed to secure this contract because of its innovative and stringent design protocols. Its professional approach to solar farm construction is well known in the industry, worldwide, and played a major role in being awarded this prestigious contract.”

Powerway states that its mounting system solution was designed to consider aesthetics, the site’s geographical conditions and the customer’s budgetary requirements.
Source: http://www.solarserver.com/solar-magazine/solar-news/current/2012/kw42/powerway-to-build-18-mw-pv-plant-in-thailand.html

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