Energy

Development of 55 MW AC Solar Energy Project in Lop Buri

Clients:   Italian-Thai Development PCL (ITD), Italthai Engineering Co., Ltd. (ITE)
Administered by:  ATT Consultants Co., Ltd.

ITD and ITE were assigned to construct a 55 MW (net) AC solar plant on a 600-acre plot in Wang Phloeng Sub-district, Khok Samrong District, Lop Buri. The project is part of the Natural Energy Development Co., Ltd.’s solar power plant, one of the world’s largest solar photovoltaic schemes.

Read more

Berthing and Mooring Dolphins for Bali Distribution Project

Clients:   Italian-Thai Development PCL (ITD)
Administered by:   ATT Consultants Co., Ltd.

ITD was awarded the turnkey project to construct three berthing and mooring dolphins to accommodate LNG carriers at Bali, Indonesia. This gas distribution infrastructure will supply liquefied natural gas for power plants on the island, which currently use fuel oil for electricity generation.

Read more

Study of Waste-to-Energy Development at Landfills across the Country

Client: Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency (DEDE), Ministry of Energy
Administered by: TEAM Consulting Engineering and Management Co., Ltd.

To extract the greatest value from solid waste and to develop alternative energy, the DEDE’s 15-year Renewable Energy Development Plan (REDP) for development of alternative energy calls for a study of the potential for generating energy from solid waste at existing landfills.

Read more

Installation of Solar Cell System for Power Generation at 11 Schools in Remote Areas

Client:   Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency, Ministry of Energy
Administered by: Energy and Environmental Management Co., Ltd.

To support the education sector, a stand-alone PV system is to be installed at eleven rural schools in the provinces of Mae Hong Son, Chiang Mai, Tak and Ubon Ratchathani. The system supplies about 3 kW of electricity for lighting, computers, sound lab, and other electrical appliances in the schools, thus building a better learning environment and allowing the students to keep in touch with the wider world.

Read more

You are here