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Renewable energy in Thailand

Thailand has committed to increasing its use of renewable energy.

Business that use Green technology have a business advantage over their competitors.

Advantages include being less reliant on the grid, cost savings, Business Image and Many more.

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Combining a broad input voltage range and a broad input current range, the transformerless Sunny Boy can be connected to nearly all standard crystalline PV modules. As a proven entry-level device in the field of transformerless inverters, it offers topclass efficiency.

Its low weight and robust enclosure allow simple installation, both indoors and outdoors. With its three power classes, it is the ideal inverter for smaller PV plants.

Efficient
• Efficiency of up to 96 %
• Transformerless

Reliable
• Proven technology
• Maintenance free, thanks to convection cooling

Simple
• SUNCLIX DC plug-in system

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It all remains the best: The new transformerless Sunny Boy is the ideal solution, especially for demanding PV arrays and partly shaded plants. Version 20 of the successful Sunny Boy offers a further array of advantages. It's more flexible in its range of applications, provides even more efficient yields, and it's easier to use.

The high DC voltage of 750 V proves to be a cost advantage, since fewer parallel strings are required. In addition, the integrated grid management functions make the devices suitable for universal applications and allow them to actively support the grid.

Economical
• Maximum efficiency of 97 %
• Multi-string technology in all power classes
• Cost saving due to fewer parallel strings
• Shade management with OptiTrac Global Peak

Flexible
• Maximum DC input voltage of 750 V
• Integrated grid management functions and reactive power provision

Simple
• Without fan
• Easier wall mounting
• SUNCLIX DC plug-in system
• Fast connection, no tools required

Communicative
• Simple country configuration
• Bluetooth® technology as standard

 

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The transformerless SMA Sunny Mini Central 6000TL, 7000TL and 8000TL PV inverters provide their owners with high yields. With the Sunny Mini Central family of transformerless inverters, it will be even easier to realize three-phase PV plants from 18 kWp to the megawatt range.

The finely graduated performance classes are ideal for precise configuration of PV plants. The flexibility it provides during design and a favorable priceperformance ratio make the Sunny Mini Central the ideal inverter for mid-sized to large PV plants.

High yields
• Maximum efficiency of 98 %
• The best tracking efficiency with OptiTrac MPP tracking
• Transformerless, with H5 topology
• OptiCool active temperature management

Reliable
• SMA Power Balancer for three-phase power supply line
• Integrated ESS DC switch-disconnector

Simple
• SUNCLIX DC plug-in system

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At home with leading-edge technology and top yields: The Sunny Tripower PV plant with 5 to 9 kW of power is setting new standards for home systems. It features an asymmetric multi-string and Optiflex technology to ensure the highest in flexibility while combining peak efficiency with the OptiTrac Global Peak system to generate the highest in yields.

In addition to communication via the external Bluetooth-antenna, the PV plant comes with a direct Sunny Portal connection via SMA Webconnect as standard – and now for the first time without data loggers. The "small" Sunny Tripower also comes with integrated grid management functions and reactive power supply.

Economical
• Maximum efficiency of 98 %
• Shade management with OptiTrac Global Peak
• Active temperature management with OptiCool

Flexible
• DC input voltage of up to 1,000 V
• Integrated grid management functions
• Reactive power supply
• Module-tailored plant design with Optiflex

Communicative
• SMA Webconnect Portal communication
• Bluetooth® communication
• Simple country configuration
• Multi-function relay as standard

Simple
• Three-phase feed-in
• Cable connection without tools
• SUNCLIX DC plug-in system
• Integrated ESS DC switch-disconnector
• Easy wall mounting

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Full of pioneering technology: highly flexible plant design with the three-phase Sunny Tripower inverter. Thanks to Optiflex technology, two MPP inputs and a broad input voltage range, it is suited to almost any module configuration. It meets any requirement such as reactive power supply, grid support thus reliably participating in grid management. The safety concept Optiprotect with its self-learning string-failure detection, electronic string fuse and integrable DC surge arrester type II, ensures maximum availability.

Economical

• Maximum efficiency of 98.2 %

• SMA OptiTrac Global Peak

MPP tracking for best MPP tracking efficiency

• Bluetooth® communication



Reliable

• Triple protection with Optiprotect:

• Electronic string fuse

• Self-learning string failure detection

• DC surge arrester (Type II) can be integrated

Flexible and future-proof

• DC input voltage up to 1000 V

• Integrated grid managementfunctions

• Custom plant design with OptiflexS

 

Simple

• Three-phase feed-in

• Cable connection without tools

• SUNCLIX DC plug-in system

• Easily accessible connection area

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Peak performance and technological perfection at a significantly reduced specific price: the new Sunny Tripower TL Economic Excellence is the next logical step in the development of the Sunny Tripower series in terms of achieving an optimum price-performance ratio. On the one hand, it brings with it a considerable reduction in investment costs, while on the other hand guaranteeing exceptionally high yields with an efficiency of 98.5 %. Hence, the Sunny Tripower TL Economic Excellence is the ideal solution for uniformly structured PV plants on the medium to very large scale. The focus is on the essentials and meets all requirements, including reactive power provision, grid support, and grid management integration

Economical

• Maximum efficiency 98.5 %

• SMA OptiTrac MPP tracking for best MPP tracking efficiency

• Active temperature management with OptiCool

• Bluetooth communication

Simple

• Three-phase grid feed-in

• Cable connection without tools

• SUNCLIX DC plug-in system

Flexible and future-proof

• DC input voltage up to 1 000 V

• Integrated grid management functions

• Reactive-power capable

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UOB (Thai) activates Asia’s first solar industry ecosystem in Thailand

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U-Solar, Asia’s first solar industry ecosystem, has been launched by United Overseas Bank (Thai) in Thailand to power the development and adoption of renewable energy across the country. Through the U-Solar programme, activated on Wednesday (February 5), the bank connects...

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PEA launches Solar Hero Application

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Thailand's Feed in Tariff (1.68 thb) household solar rooftop scheme has failed!

Thailand's Feed in Tariff (1.68 thb) household solar rooftop scheme has failed!

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Solar rooftop scheme falls short of goals   The Energy Ministry plans to allocate 10,000 megawatts, currently allotted to the household solar rooftop scheme, to other renewable energy methods such as community waste as the solar panel scheme has received...

P2P power model for rural areas

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NONG TA TAM COMMUNITY WINS UN AWARD FOR A SOLAR ENERGY SOLUTION

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JinkoSolar Commissioned the World#s Largest[1] Solar Project in Abu Dhabi

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09 July 2019

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Energy Ministry has high hopes for solar scheme

Energy Ministry has high hopes for solar scheme

07 June 2019

Energy Ministry has high hopes for solar scheme Project expected to hit 15,000 households The Energy Ministry expects the solar power project for household rooftops to achieve its projection of 15,000 participants by year-end thanks to the popularity of the trend...

Egat seeks to tackle unstable power generation.

Egat seeks to tackle unstable power generation.

03 May 2019

Egat seeks to tackle unstable power generation. The state-run Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) is proceeding with development of its power generation system to make it more flexible to tackle unsteady power generation from renewable energy.As renewable power generation...

ERC introduces 100MW household solar scheme.

ERC introduces 100MW household solar scheme.

17 March 2019

Energy policymakers are ready to allow new solar power projects for households, with a plan to buy an initial capacity of 100 megawatts, offering a feed-in tariff of 1.68 baht per kilowatthour (unit) for 10-year contracts.Yesterday Energy Minister Siri Jirapongphan...

Egat to ‘soon’ propose floating solar plants to Cabinet

Egat to ‘soon’ propose floating solar plants to Cabinet

15 February 2019

Egat to ‘soon’ propose floating solar plants to Cabinet  Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) will soon propose to the Cabinet its Bt2-billion pilot project for a 45-megawatt hydro-floating solar hybrid plant at Sirindhorn Dam in Ubon Ratchathani province. Thepparat...

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04 February 2019

Powering up SOLAR ENERGY ambitions Project at Chiang Mai UNIVERSITY WILL SHOWCASE BENEFITS OF RENEWABLE ENERGY BCPG and Power Ledger will collaborate with Chiang Mai University to launch a private energy solar rooftop power plant in the second half of...

Power plan backed along wIth 2 plants

Power plan backed along wIth 2 plants

29 January 2019

THE NATIONAL Energy Policy Council (NERC) has given the green light to the new Power Development Plan (PDP), which will boost power production capacity to more than 77,000 megawatts in 2037.   Energy Minister Siri Jirapongphan said that the NERC...

Alpha-ESS to become second battery manufacture to set up shop in Adelaide

Alpha-ESS to become second battery manufacture to set up shop in Adelaide

14 November 2018

Alpha-ESS to become second battery manufacture to set up shop in AdelaideBy Sophie Vorrath on November 14, 2018   South Australia looks to have notched up another major battery storage coup, with the news that another global giant of the booming industry, Alpha-ESS,...

EXIM Thailand Finances Solar Rooftop Projects for Sustainable Renewable Energy Promotion and National Development

EXIM Thailand Finances Solar Rooftop Projects for Sustainable Renewable Energy Promotion and National Development

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Thailand’s new solar rooftop developments

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Solar cars begin race across Australian desert

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