Thailand sets its sights on solar energy
solar farms built
MW of power generated per year
km of cable pulled
We provided the client with a tailor-made service.
The works, which were technically and physically challenging, involved:
- driving 8,405 concrete piles
- installing 1,319 mounts to accommodate 201,720 solar panels
- unwinding 162km of cables
- mobilising 500 employees to work on the project simultaneously and deliver on time
These are the first farms to be built by the Bouygues group using thin film solar cell technology, which is particularly well suited to hot climates.
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