Constant Energy is pleased to announce that the new Phase II solar power plant of Aisin Thai Automotive Casting Co., Ltd. (ATAC) was successfully implemented.
The successful energization of Phase II solar power plant for Aisin Thai Automotive Casting Co., Ltd. is a significant milestone for the entire Constant Energy team. Our staff from Vietnam, Thailand, and Malaysia, are all celebrating this accomplishment, as it represents our long-term commitment to providing innovative and sustainable renewable energy solutions to our clients.
The team at Constant Energy are proud to share that we have maintained a strong relationship with Aisin Thai Automotive Casting Co., Ltd. since Phase I. Constant Energy and ATAC’s initial contract was signed in 2020, when a 1MW solar power rooftop was implemented to provide clean energy and help ATAC reduce their electricity costs, as well as improve their carbon footprint. This successful collaboration played a significant role in their decision to choose us for Phase II, and we are honored that they had the confidence in us to deliver the solar project to the highest quality standards.
At Constant Energy, we value the importance of building and managing good relationships with our clients. As we move forward, we hope to continuously grow our partnership with Aisin Thai Automotive Casting Co., Ltd. and provide them with the best solutions they need to expand and improve their business.
Our team is always committed to delivering innovative and sustainable energy solutions that exceed the expectations of clients. We work diligently to understand each client’s needs and tailor a solution that best meets what they are looking for.
We are excited about the future of our partnership with Aisin Thai Automotive Casting Co., Ltd. and look forward to the opportunity to work together again in the future.
Franck Constant, CEO and Founder of Constant Energy commented, “The dedication and hard work of everyone involved, from the project manager to the site manager and staff members, ensured a smooth and successful energization process, and we are proud to have been part of this achievement.”