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Solar power in Thailand

Solar potential

Solar power in Thailand was targeted to reach 55 MW by 2011, 95 MW by 2016, and 500 MW by 2022, but applications for over 4000 MW of proposed projects had been submitted by October 2010, although a year later only 16 MW had been completed.[1]

The 73 MW Lopburi Solar Farm was completed in December 2011.[2]

German solar energy company Conergy signed a contract with Thailand’s Siam Solar Energy to construct three solar plants of 10.5 megawatts each in addition to existing two solar plants that are already being constructed since autumn 2012.[3]

In 2013 installed photovoltaic capacity nearly doubled and reached 704 megawatts by the end of the year.[4]

Statistics

Photovoltaics - Deployment
Year Σ Installed
(MWp)
Δ Installed
(MWp)
Generation
(GWh)
Ref
2011 149 121 n.a.
2012 359 210 n.a. [5]
2013 704 317 n.a. [4]

Source: NREL[6]


See also

References

  1. ^ Thailand Joins the Solar Fast Lane
  2. ^ Thailand plans to Rev up Solar Power
  3. ^ "Thailand turns to solar power". Investvine.com. 2013-02-25. Retrieved 2013-02-25. 
  4. ^ a b "Snapshot of Global PV 1992-2013". 2nd Edition ISBN 978-3-906042-19-0. International Energy Agency - Photovoltaic Power Systems Programme. 2014. p. 8. Archived from the original on 5 April 2014. 
  5. ^ Global Market Outlook for Photovoltaics 2013-2017
  6. ^ "PV Watts". NREL. Retrieved 9 July 2012. 
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