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Thailand has committed to increasing its use of renewable energy.

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

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Solar energy

Solar energy is energy that comes from the sun. This energy can be harnessed in two ways; by converting the light to electricity, known as Solar Power or, for hot water systems, simply using the heat, a system known as Solar Thermal.


Solar Power

The vast majority of Solar Power technologies use Photovoltaics (PV). Photovoltaics is a property of certain materials that allows them to be utilized to convert light into Direct Current (DC) electricity. The normal materials used in modern solar cells is typically silicon.

Solar cells themselves are combined into solar panels of all different sizes and shapes to suit any application or power requirement from a single solar cell powering a pocket calculator to thousands of panels combined to create solar power stations that generate sufficient power to supply whole cities.

The actual technology behind all these applications big and small is effectively identical.

The amount of electricity generated by panels depends on the strength of the light that is hitting the solar cells. The measurement of this light intensity is measured in “Full Sun Hours”. One full sun hour is the amount of solar intensity that will create 1000 watts of electricity in one hour with a solar panel area of 1 square meter. If the sun is more powerful than this, then you will get more than 1 full sun hour in one hour of time, if the sun is less intense due to clouds or haze, then you will get less than 1 full sun hour in one hour of time.

In Southern Thailand, the average number of Full Sun Hours a day is approximately 7. This is much higher than what is achieved in Europe but slightly lower than what is achieved in some desert areas.


Solar Thermal

Solar Thermal systems use the power of the sun to create heat for industrial and residential purposes. The most common systems are roof mounted systems that simply heat up water for use in showers, baths and washing water.

The technology is simple but effective and has been used for decades meaning that the technology has a proven record, is reliable and relatively low cost.

Cooling is also possible through solar thermal, this is an area of solar power that is growing at a fast rate. At the moment, the possibilities are limited due to high installation costs, but costs are dropping every year and in the future this technology is likely to be widely used.

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ANTARIS 2.5 kW Wind Turbine Grid Connected

Horton-2

- For locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (2.35 – 3.00 m).

- Low noise blade tip profile

- Grid connected, Heating system and Battery charging

- Storm protection with Helicopter position and electronic brake

- Easy to install


Information about ANTARIS Wind Energy System

The ANTARIS wind turbine is a wind energy system that is ideally suited to inland sites. It is designed specifically for feeding power into the grid, charging batteries (24 VDC / 48 VDC etc.)
and for supporting heating systems.

As a result of its sturdy design, the ANTARIS is also suitable for locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (2.35 – 3.00m).

The hand-laminated rotor blades benefit from a computer-designed aerodynamic profile. Needless to say, each blade is statically and dynamically balanced, carries an identification number and comes with relevant documentation.

Uncomplicated from the aspect of configuration, importance has been attached to ensuring that these turbines can be quickly assembled and installed by hand. As a result of its robust design, the ANTARIS works with extreme efficiency and not only comes at a highly attractive price in its basic version. Particular attention must be drawn to its excellent start-up behaviour (at wind speeds as low as 2.28 m/s) and very quiet operation (43 dB). This means the system can also be installed in residential areas.

Grid-connected operation requires one inverter (Power One 2.5) with characteristics matched to the ANTARIS and local wind conditions. Alternatively, in less windy areas, grid-connected operation is also possible with a Power One 1.6.

The inverters carry an appropriate declaration of conformity and are approved for grid-connected operation – the ENS (electronic grid guard system) is already integrated!

When the ANTARIS is used in heating applications, a control cabinet with control electronics provides optimum control of the wind characteristic in conjunction with a 6000-watt heating element.


 

Alternator:

 

Turbinedata:

 

Type

Threephases,

permanentmagnet

Type

Gridconnected,

Heatingsystem

Efficiency

94%

Speed range

0 rpm-600rpm

Ratedoutput power

3.0kW

Operationspeed

130 rpm–400 rpm

Maximumoutput power

4.5kW

Start upwindspeed

2.8m/s

Ratedvoltage

350 VAC

Stormprotection

13.0m/s

Protectionclass

IP56

Destructive windspeed

>58 m/s

       

Mechanicaldata:

   Stormprotection  
Repellerdiameter 3.00 m (2.35m) Automaticsystem

Helicopterposition, breaking resistance,

electromagnetic brake

(optional)

Sweeparea 7.065m² (4.335m²)  Manual

Short circuit braking,

Resistorbraking

Blades 3pcs.Carbon/ glassfiber    

Blades protection

UV,chemical and

temperatureresistant

   

Turbine material

Zinc-coatedsteel    
Colour RAL 9010    
Weightcomplete 95kg    

Standard Norms and Certifications:

CE-DIN EN 60204-1
DIN VDE 0113 T 1
DIN EN 12100
DIN EN 418
Accident prevent regulation
BGV A3 (VBG4) According to IEC 61400-2

Read more ...


ANTARIS 3.5 kW Wind Turbine Grid Connected

ANTARIS-3
- For locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (3.00 – 3.50m).
- Low noise blade tip profile

- Grid connected, Heating system and
Battery charging

- Storm protection with Helicopter position and electronic brake

- Easy to install

Information about ANTARIS Wind Energy System

The ANTARIS wind turbine is a wind energy system that is ideally suited to inland sites. It is designed specifically for feeding power into the grid, charging batteries (24 VDC / 48 VDC etc.)
and for supporting heating systems.

As a result of its sturdy design, the ANTARIS is also suitable for locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (3.00 – 3.50m).

The hand-laminated rotor blades benefit from a computer-designed aerodynamic profile. Needless to say, each blade is statically and dynamically balanced, carries an identification number and comes with relevant documentation.

Uncomplicated from the aspect of configuration, importance has been attached to ensuring that these turbines can be quickly assembled and installed by hand. As a result of its robust design, the ANTARIS works with extreme efficiency and not only comes at a highly attractive price in its basic version. Particular attention must be drawn to its excellent start-up behaviour (at wind speeds as low as 2.2 m/s) and very quiet operation (43 dB). This means the system can also be installed in residential areas.

Grid-connected operation requires one inverter Aurora 3.6 with characteristics matched to the ANTARIS and local wind conditions. Alternatively, in less windy areas, grid-connected operation is also possible with an Aurora 2.0.

The inverters carry an appropriate declaration of conformity and are approved for grid-connected operation – the ENS (electronic grid guard system) is already integrated!

When the ANTARIS is used in heating applications, a control cabinet with control electronics provides optimum control of the wind characteristic in conjunction with a 6000-watt heating element.

Alternator:

 

Turbinedata:

 

Type

Threephases,

permanentmagnet

Type

Gridconnected,

Heatingsystem

Efficiency

94%

Speed range

0 rpm-600rpm

Ratedoutput power

3.7kW

Operation speed

115rpm–430rpm

Maximumoutput power

7.5kW

Start upwindspeed

2.8m/s

Ratedvoltage

350 VAC

Stormprotection

13.0m/s

Protectionclass

IP56

Destructive windspeed

>58 m/s

       

Mechanicaldata:

 

Stormprotection:

 

Repellerdiameter

3.5m (3.0m)

Automaticsystem

Helicopterposition, breaking resistance,

electromagnetic brake

(optional)

Sweeparea

9.61 m² (7.06m²)

Manual

Short circuit braking,

Resistorbraking

Blades

3 pcs.Carbon /

glassfiber

   

Blades protection

UV,chemical and

temperatureresistant

   

Turbine material

Zinc-coatedsteel

   

Colour

RAL 9010

   

Weightcomplete

105kg

   

Standard Norms and Certifications:

CE-DIN EN 60204-1

DIN VDE 0113T 1

DIN EN 12100

DIN EN 418

Accidentprevent regulation BGVA3

(VBG4)

According toIEC61400-2


Read more ...


ANTARIS 4.5 kW Wind Turbine Grid Connected

ANTARIS-4- For locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (3.50 – 4.00m).

- Low noise blade tip profile

- Grid connected, Heating system and
Battery charging

- Storm protection with Helicopter position and electronic brake

- Easy to install

Information about ANTARIS Wind Energy System

The ANTARIS wind turbine is a wind energy system that is ideally suited to inland sites. It is designed specifically for feeding power into the grid, charging batteries (24 VDC / 48 VDC etc.)
and for supporting heating systems.

As a result of its sturdy design, the ANTARIS is also suitable for locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (3.50 – 4.00m).

The hand-laminated rotor blades benefit from a computer-designed aerodynamic profile. Needless to say, each blade is statically and dynamically balanced, carries an identification number and comes with relevant documentation.

Uncomplicated from the aspect of configuration, importance has been attached to ensuring that these turbines can be quickly assembled and installed by hand. As a result of its robust design, the ANTARIS works with extreme efficiency and not only comes at a highly attractive price in its basic version. Particular attention must be drawn to its excellent start-up behaviour (at wind speeds as low as 2.8 m/s) and very quiet operation (43 dB). This means the system can also be installed in residential areas.

Grid-connected operation requires one inverter Smart!wind 5.5 with characteristics matched to the ANTARIS and local wind conditions. Alternatively, in less windy areas, grid-connected operation is also possible with an Aurora 2.5.

The inverters carry an appropriate declaration of conformity and are approved for grid-connected operation – the ENS (electronic grid guard system) is already integrated!

When the ANTARIS is used in heating applications, a control cabinet with control electronics provides optimum control of the wind characteristic in conjunction with a 6000-watt heating element.

Alternator:

 

Turbinedata:

 

Type

Threephases,

permanentmagnet

Type

Gridconnected,

Heatingsystem

Efficiency

94%

Speed range

0 rpm-350rpm

Ratedoutput power

5.5kW

Operationspeed

75rpm–300rpm

Maximumoutput power

9.5kW

Start upwindspeed

2.8m/s

Ratedvoltage

350 VAC

Stormprotection

13.0m/s

Protectionclass

IP56

Destructive windspeed

>58 m/s

       

Mechanicaldata:

 

Stormprotection:

 

Repellerdiameter

4.0m (3.5m)

Automaticsystem

Helicopterposition, breaking resistance, electromagnetic brake

(optional)

Sweeparea

12.56m² (9.61m²)

Manual

Short circuit braking,

Resistorbraking

Blades

3 pcs.Carbon /

glassfiber

   

Blades protection

UV,chemical and

temperatureresistant

   

Turbine material

Zinc-coatedsteel

   

Colour

RAL 9010

   

Weightcomplete

165kg

   

Standard Norms and Certifications:

CE-DIN EN 60204-1

DIN VDE 0113T 1

DIN EN 12100

DIN EN 418

Accidentprevent regulation BGVA3 (VBG4)

According toIEC61400-2

Read more ...


ANTARIS 6.5 kW Wind Turbine Grid Connected

ANTARIS-6- For locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (4.00 m – 5.30 m).

- Low noise blade tip profile

- Grid connected, Heating system and
Battery charging

- Storm protection with Helicopter position and electronic brake

- Easy to install

Information about ANTARIS Wind Energy System

The ANTARIS wind turbine is a wind energy system that is ideally suited to inland sites. It is designed specifically for feeding power into the grid, charging batteries (24 VDC / 48 VDC etc.)
and for supporting heating systems.

As a result of its sturdy design, the ANTARIS is also suitable for locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (4.00 m – 5.30 m).

The hand-laminated rotor blades benefit from a computer-designed aerodynamic profile. Needless to say, each blade is statically and dynamically balanced, carries an identification number and comes with relevant documentation.

Uncomplicated from the aspect of configuration, importance has been attached to ensuring that these turbines can be quickly assembled and installed by hand. As a result of its robust design, the ANTARIS works with extreme efficiency and not only comes at a highly attractive price in its basic version. Particular attention must be drawn to its excellent start-up behaviour (at wind speeds as low as 2.28 m/s) and very quiet operation (49 dB). This means the system can also be installed in residential areas.

Grid-connected operation requires one Smart!wind 7.5 with characteristics matched to the ANTARIS and local wind conditions. Alternatively, in less windy areas, grid-connected operation is also possible with one Smart!wind 5.5.
The inverters carry an appropriate declaration of conformity and are approved for grid-connected operation – the ENS (electronic grid guard system) is already integrated!

When the ANTARIS is used in heating applications, a control cabinet with control electronics provides optimum control of the wind characteristic in conjunction with a 6000-watt heating element.

Alternator

 

Turbinedata

 

Type

Threephases,

permanentmagnet

Type

Gridconnected,

Heatingsystem

Efficiency

94%

Speed range

0 rpm-500rpm

Ratedoutput power

7.5kW

Operationspeed

75rpm–330rpm

Maximumoutput power

12.5kW

Start upwindspeed

2.8m/s

Ratedvoltage

350 VAC

Stormprotection

13.0m/s

Protectionclass

IP56

Destructive windspeed

>58 m/s

       

Mechanicaldata

 

Stormprotection

 

Repellerdiameter

5.30m (4.00m)

Automaticsystem

Helicopterposition, breaking resistance,

electromagnetic brake

(optional)

Sweeparea

22.05m² (12.56m²)

Manual

Short circuit braking,

Resistorbraking

Blades

3 pcs.Carbon /

glassfiber

   

Blades protection

UV,chemical and

temperatureresistant

   

Turbine material

Zinc-coatedsteel

   

Colour

RAL 9010

   

Weightcomplete

225kg

   


Standard Norms and Certifications:


CE-DIN EN 60204-1

DIN VDE 0113T 1

DIN EN 12100

DIN EN 418

Accidentprevent regulation BGVA3

(VBG4)

According toIEC61400-2


Read more ...


ANTARIS 9.5 kW Wind Turbine Grid Connected

ANTARIS-9.5-kW- For locations exposed to storm-force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters 5.30m - 6.50 m.

- Low noise blade tip profile

- Grid connected, Heating system and Battery charging

- Storm protection with Helicopter position and electronic brake

- Easy to install

Information about ANTARIS Wind Energy System

The ANTARIS wind turbine is a wind energy system that is ideally suited to inland sites. It is designed specifically for feeding power into the grid, charging batteries (24 VDC / 48 VDC etc.) and for supporting heating systems.

As a result of its sturdy design, the ANTARIS is also suitable for locations exposed to storm- force winds, optionally with different rotor diameters (5.30 m – 6,50 m).

The hand-laminated rotor blades benefit from a computer-designed aerodynamic profile. Needless to say, each blade is statically and dynamically balanced, carries an identification number and comes with relevant documentation.

Uncomplicated from the aspect of configuration, importance has been attached to ensuring that these turbines can be quickly assembled and installed by hand. As a result of its robust design, the ANTARIS works with extreme efficiency and not only comes at a highly attractive price in its basic version. Particular attention must be drawn to its excellent start-up behavior (at wind speeds as low as 2.2 m/s) and very quiet operation (49 dB). This means the system can also be installed in residential areas.

Grid-connected operation requires one 3-phased Inverter Smart!wind 10.0 kW with characteristics matched to the ANTARIS and local wind conditions. Alternatively, in less windy areas, grid-connected operation is also possible with one Smart!wind 7.5 kW.

The inverters carry an appropriate declaration of conformity and are approved for grid- connected operation – the ENS (electronic grid guard system) is already integrated!
When the ANTARIS is used in heating applications, a control cabinet with control electronics provides optimum control of the wind characteristic in conjunction with a 6000-watt heating
element.

Alternator

 

Turbinedata

 

Type

3-phases

Permanentmagnet

Type

Gridconnected,

Heatingsystem

Efficiency

94%

Speed range

0 rpm -300rpm

Ratedoutput power

9.5kW

Operationspeed

60 rpm–250rpm

Max.output power

18.0kW

Start upwindspeed

2.2m/s

Ratedvoltage

350 VAC

Stormprotection

12.0m/s

Protectionclass

IP56

Destructive wind speed

>58m/s

Mechanicaldata

 

Stormprotection

 

Repellerdiameter

6.50m (5.30 m)

Automaticsystem

Helicopterposition,

breaking resistance, electromagnetic brake (optional)

Sweeptarea

33.16m² (22.05m²)

Manual

Short circuit braking,

Resistorbraking

Blades

3 pcs. Carbon/

glasfiber

   

Blades protection

UV,chemical and

temperatureresistant

   

Turbine material

Zinc-coatedsteel

   

Colour

RAL 9010

   

Weightcomplete

450kg

   


Standard Norms and Certifications


CE-DIN EN 60204-1

DIN VDE 0113T 1

DIN EN 12100

DIN EN 418

Accidentprevent regulation

BGV A3(VBG4) According toIEC61400-2


Read more ...

 

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

09 July 2019

JinkoSolar Commissioned the World#s Largest[1] Solar Project in Abu DhabiEnergy Press Releases Friday July 5, 2019 16:13 16:13 Bangkok--5 Jul--JinkoSolar Holding JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. ("JinkoSolar" or the "Company") (NYSE: JKS), one of the largest and most innovative solar module...

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...

Powering up SOLAR ENERGY ambitions

Powering up SOLAR ENERGY ambitions

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

02 October 2018

Bangkok--27 Sep--EXIM BANK Mrs. Warangkana Wongkhaluang, Senior Executive Vice President of Export-Import Bank of Thailand (EXIM Thailand), and Mr. Khemmarat Sartpreecha, Acting Managing Director of PEA ENCOM International Co., Ltd. (PEA ENCOM), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Provincial Electricity...

Energy reform plan ready for action

Energy reform plan ready for action

24 September 2018

Thailand's energy reform plan is ready for implementation, with an emphasis on deregulating the electricity sector and enhancing competitiveness among private operators. The new version aims for open and free private participation in the energy sector and deregulation of all...

Private solar power buying gets go-ahead

Private solar power buying gets go-ahead

08 June 2018

Energy policymakers gave the green light to start buying solar power generated from private buildings and households once again after postponing the programme for more than four years. Private buildings and households that are accepted by the programme will sell...

New renewable plants to receive B2.4 feed-in tariff

New renewable plants to receive B2.4 feed-in tariff

27 April 2018

NEW RENEWABLE PLANTS TO RECEIVE B2.4 FEED-IN TARIFF   Energy policymakers announced new renewable power generators will have the same feed-in tariff as fossil-fuel power generators, 2.40 baht per kilowatt-hour, because their production cost is equal to or lower than...

Thailand’s new solar rooftop developments

Thailand’s new solar rooftop developments

22 February 2018

Thailand’s Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) announced to release on March 31, 2018, a new national Power Development Plan (PDP), which will replace the 2014 version. The new PDP will furnish details of the deregulation programme.   COMING MARCH 31, 2018:...

Solar panel makers hit by shortage of key material

15 November 2017

Solar panel makers hit by shortage of key material NEW YORK: Solar manufacturers are being battered by higher costs and smaller margins after an unexpected shortage of a critical raw material. Prices of polysilicon, the main component of photovoltaic cells,...

Solar cars begin race across Australian desert

Solar cars begin race across Australian desert

17 October 2017

  Solar cars begin race across Australian desert   SYDNEY (Reuters) - The World Solar Challenge began on Sunday with 42 solar cars crossing Australia’s tropical north to its southern shores, a grueling 3,000 km (1,864 mile) race through the...

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