PRIME Achieves Commercial Operation Date in Two Solar Projects Totaling 2.1 MW


PRIME, a leading provider of solar energy solutions in Thailand, has announced that it has achieved Commercial Operation Date (COD) in two solar projects, The Nine Center Tiwanon and The Nine Center Rama 9, with a total installed capacity of 2.1 MW.


The Nine Center Tiwanon, located in Nonthaburi Province, has an installed capacity of 1.2 MW, while The Nine Center Rama 9, located in Bangkok, has an installed capacity of 0.9 MW. Both projects were completed on schedule, and the electricity generated will be sold to the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) under a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).


PRIME has designed and installed the solar systems for both projects, which include 5,880 solar panels and are expected to generate over 2,800 MWh of clean energy annually. The solar systems will help reduce carbon dioxide emissions by over 1,500 tonnes per year, which is equivalent to planting 30,000 trees or removing 325 cars from the road annually.

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The successful completion of these projects marks another milestone for PRIME, which has a strong track record in delivering high-quality solar energy solutions for commercial and industrial clients in Thailand. The company has a pipeline of projects totaling more than 100 MW, including rooftop and ground-mounted solar systems, which are currently under development.


PRIME’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Keerati Chatchavalvanich, said, “We are pleased to announce the successful completion of these projects, which demonstrate PRIME’s capability to deliver high-quality solar energy solutions to our clients. With a growing demand for renewable energy in Thailand, we are committed to providing innovative and cost-effective solutions that can help reduce carbon emissions and promote sustainable development.”

The successful completion of these projects reflects PRIME’s commitment to supporting Thailand’s transition towards a low-carbon future, and the company is well-positioned to capitalize on the growing demand for renewable energy in the region.

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