Ronitron, a well-known Thai clean energy developer, has officially entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with AIF Group, a prominent business conglomerate in Laos. This strategic partnership aims to collaborate on a Green Hydrogen production project valued at over 100 billion baht. The project will utilize advanced Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Cell (SOEC) technology in conjunction with renewable energy sources.
Ronitron is committed to becoming a global provider of green energy and is at the forefront of using the latest SOEC technology, along with cost-effective green energy solutions. The company recognizes the crucial role of green energy in helping manufacturers and power producers achieve their Carbon Neutrality and Net Zero Emission goals.
To enhance the value of its green energy projects, Ronitron is partnering with the Fintechinno Group of Companies to develop a robust Carbon Credit Management System. This strategic move positions Ronitron as a potential leader and “EnergyTech Unicorn” in the green energy supply sector across Asia.
The MOU signing ceremony, solidifying this significant collaboration, featured Supakin Somsri, CEO of Ronitron Company Limited, as well as Chaowalit Jangchai, CEO of Fintechinno Company Limited, representing Ronitron. On behalf of AIF Group, Dr. Somboune Manolom, Senior Vice President, and Dr. Rithikone Phoummasack, Chairman of AIF Group, were present as witnesses.
Simultaneously, Ronitron is working closely with ATE Co., Ltd. to implement Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Cell (SOEC) solutions in Laos, with the ultimate aim of Green Ammonia production. This groundbreaking collaboration between Ronitron, Fintechinno, and AIF Group signifies a significant milestone in the global green energy landscape, showcasing a shared commitment to sustainability, innovation, and the pursuit of carbon-neutral energy solutions.