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TotalEnergies ENEOS inks deal with S. Kijchai for a floating solar project in Thailand

TotalEnergies ENEOS has joined hands with S. Kijchai Enterprise for a floating solar farm project in Thailand.

With the project, the company will decarbonize its Thai facility to provide clean energy to their operations. This project consists of a 1.8-megawatt-peak (MWp) floating solar PV system. There will be installations of over 3,000 modules in the project.

The project is expected to generate approximately 2,650 megawatt-hours (MWh) of renewable electricity annually. It is likely to cut off company’s carbon footprint by an estimated 1,125 tons of CO2 emissions.

Under the agreement, TotalEnergies ENEOS will handle funding, installing, and operating the system, while S. Kijchai will pay for the electricity generated over the next 12 years, the companies shared.

Elodie Renaud, Director of TotalEnergies ENEOS Renewables Distributed Generation Asia was quoted in a statement, “As a leading solar service provider known for our robust technical experience in deploying renewable energy solutions on highly technical and complex sites, we are delighted to be trusted by S. Kijchai again as the solar energy partner of choice.”

The duo shared that this is the second collaboration following their solar roof project in 2019. It is TotalEnergies ENEOS’s first floating project in APAC region.


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