Clenergy, the leading solar mounting solution provider, is pleased to announce that it has joined the Powerful Blueplanet business collaboration project launched by PEA Encom and Fah Chai Engineering (FCE) in Thailand. The project aims to develop Thailand’s solar potential and to provide innovative and reliable solar solutions for the Thai market. PEA Encom and FCE jointly held their initial press conference on September 21.
Both PEA Encom and FCE are major renewable companies in Thailand. PEA Encom International develops and invests in renewable energy power projects, including wind, solar and biomass power projects. Fah Chai Engineering has provided turnkey solutions and EPC services for renewable energy power projects in Thailand since 2001. Clenergy is excited and honored to be an integral part of this business collaboration between PEA Encom and FCE, along with Kaco, the famous German inverter provider and Hanwha, the smart PV cell provider.
During the conference, the collaboration’s management team discussed the future and direction of solar energy in Thailand. The solar market has a bright potential and will grow by an estimated 20 percent annually. The market is also backed by robust government policies. Each representative introduced their latest products and service and announced plans to develop additional innovative solar products for the Thai market.
Andy Ye, Vice General Manager of Clenergy, attended the event’s panel discussion and expressed his confidence in this collaboration. “This project will make a brighter future for the developing Thai solar energy market,” said Mr. Ye. He also explained how Clenergy’s products and technologies will strengthen this collaboration. “Our process begins with understanding client requirements from engineering design to testing,” he added. “Clients can rest assured by our product quality. For example, our latest product, the PV-ezRack SolarRoof EVO and Carport series, emerged from the recent Typhoon Merenti essentially intact.”
On September 15, Typhoon Meranti made landfall in Xiamen, the headquarters of Clenergy, with average measured winds of 48meters per second on average and peaks of 58meters per second, making it the strongest typhoon to ever hit Xiamen.