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Thailand solar farms adopt 204MW Kyocera modules

Posted: 30 Dec 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Thailand's largest solar power project, "Solar Farms", which aims to construct 6MW facilities at 34 sites in the northeastern part of the country, will be using roughly one million sola modules from Kyocera Corp.

The Solar Farm project will provide electricity for about 170,000 Thai households through the Provincial Electricity Authority of Thailand (PEA). Since the introduction of a feed-in-tariff in 2007 the implementation of solar power has begun in earnest. Furthermore, the Thai Government has announced a plan to install 500MW of solar power by 2022.

"Kyocera is honored to be able to contribute to meeting the renewable energy targets of Thailand," stated Kyocera Corporation vice president and general manager of the Corporate Solar Energy Group, Mr. Tatsumi Maeda.

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