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Clenergy Thailand and EDL-GEN Solar Power announced their partnership on an 85MW solar project in Vientiane, Laos
Thursday September 30, 2021 at 4:39 pm
Peerapon Suwanachote, Business Development Manager at Clenergy (Third from the left) & Unyamaneee Pattanapenlert, Project Director at Pattana Energy Absolute Sole (Third from the right) and other representatives, attended the signing ceremony.
Clenergy Thailand and EDL-GEN Solar Power announced their partnership on an 85MW solar project in Vientiane, Laos.
Representatives from Clenergy Thailand, EDL-GEN Solar Power, and Pattana Energy Absolute Sole attended the signing ceremony.
Representatives from both companies signed the agreement.
This newly signed agreement demonstrates the industry collaborations across the Asia- Pacific regions to support grid diversity and increasing renewable electricity. Empowering both companies to advance their sustainability priorities, tackle climate change and deliver a Carbon neutral future.
To deliver the project, Clenergy Thailand provides advanced solar mounting solutions – SolarTerrace MAC and works with other notable brands within the solar industry, Sungrow, which provides the Inverters, and solar panels from Leapton Solar.
Clenergy is a high-tech Sino-Australian enterprise in the global solar PV industry, specializing in developing, manufacturing, and engineering solar mounting gear that provides solar installation built to last.
With extensive experience in numerous global projects, Clenergy remains committed to delivering first-class solutions for solar power stations and ensures eco-friendly and cost-effective power for the world through minimized costs and maximized efficiency. In the upcoming years, we will continue to join hands with strategic partners to accelerate de-carbonization through our pipeline with smart solar PV and smart energy solutions.
About EDL-GEN Solar Power
EDL-Gen Solar Power Limited has a strong desire to be a number one leading company in renewable energy in Lao PDR to ensure the supply of electricity for the socio-economic development of Lao PDR, together with electricity produced by water resources (hydropower plants).