GCL System Integration Technology (GCL-SI), a subsidiary of the world's leading energy group GCL, recently announced a partnership with Enmax Holding (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (Enmax) to work on a 10MW photovoltaic (PV) ground power station project in Thailand. It marks the first time GCL-SI has cooperated with an overseas company by offering an integrated and customized one-stop solution.
The 10MW PV power station project utilizes GCL-SI's GCL-P6/60G modules, noted for their maximum output of 260W and average annual electricity output of 15,552MWh. This means that the modules will save 5,600 tons of standard coal annually, considerably reducing the project's carbon footprint.
As part of its integrated solution to Enmax, GCL-SI also provided solar inverter and mounting structure. This turnkey system was approved and accepted by TMB Bank in Thailand.
The whole 10MW project is comprised of two 5MW power plants, respectively constructed in Pantai and Khok Kham, two surrounding areas of Bangkok. The project is currently under construction after the shipment was made in October, and is expected to be finished before December 15, 2016.
"We are more than delighted to provide Enmax with our integrated and tailor-made one-stop services", said Mr Shu Hua, president of GCL-SI. "It is the solution that GCL-System has long been providing our clients with, instead of purely individual products."
He added, "Our partnership with Enmax not only tightens the relationship between China and Thailand, but also improves our relationship with nature -- building an environmentally friendly lifestyle."