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Germany-based Conergy has secured a contract for two solar power plants in Thailand totaling 21 MW.

The contract was awarded by Thai Solar Energy Co. Ltd. (TSE), a local investor with a registered office in Bangkok. Conergy will be the main contractor for the two projects and will be responsible for planning, engineering and design, as well as component supply and installation of the two power plants.

The solar parks will be located in Suphanburi province and in Kanchanaburi province and cover almost 500,000 square meters. For the on-site construction, Conergy will work with local partners Annex Power and the Ensys Group.



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