Thai firm signs 300MW solar deal

Yangon-based Won Toll signed an agreement for a 300-megawatt solar power project with Kamrai Panit from Thailand on May 18, said officials. The US$1 billion agreement will fund the solar power plant in Ayeyarwady Region to generate electricity to transmit to industries, said U Kunn Zaw Tun, chair of Won Toll. The figure is unusually […]

US engineering firm returns to Myanmar

Black & Veatch was recently appointed by Green Earth Power (Thailand) to provide design and consultancy services for a solar power project in Myanmar, the first after the company opened an office in the country. The contract marked the return of the US firm to the country. It has a history of working in Myanmar […]

Thai’s Vintage enters into Myanmar’s alternative energy business

Attracted by the country’s growth potential, Vintage Engineering plans to pursue alternative-energy business opportunities in Myanmar via the construction of a solar energy-driven power plant, after acquiring a stake in a company holding a permit for a 220-megawatt facility. The listed company is also ready to acquire power plants in Thailand and abroad. Vintage has […]

Green Earth Power (Thailand) wants partners for 210 MW Solar Plant in Myanmar

NAY PYI TAW : Green Earth Power (Thailand) or GEP is seeking partners for joint development of its 210-megawatt solar power plant in Myanmar, the third largest of its kind in the world and costing nearly 9 billion baht. The company also plans to mobilise funds from the Stock Exchange of Thailand for a bigger […]