Scan Inter Company Limited (Public Company) has invested in complete solar power plants.
Advanced technologies from international manufacturers with expertise in solar energy are employed for best efficiency.
To corresponds with the national energy security policy, the company collaborates with Bangpasee Women’s Agricultural
Co-operative to support their project and was appointed to distribute electricity with a capacity of 5 MW in Bangpasee sub-district,
Banglane district, Nakornpathom, under the Ground Solar Power Generation Project for government agencies and agricultural co-operatives.
Commercial distribution started on 29 December 2016 and the revenue from the Provincial Electricity Authority was first realized on 10 January 2560.
Banglane district, Nakornpathom has an annual average solar intensity of 18.77 MJ per square meter per day, approximately,
with a maximum intensity of 25 MJ per square meter per day (Thailand’s 1993-1998 Solar Intensity Data from the Satellite, The Department of
Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency). The project duration is 25 years, with over 18,000 units of electricity generated per day.
The plant’s performance ratio of 77% has been guaranteed by the contractor. In addition, the company has invested in an insurance in case of
any damage, such as solar cell damage, equipment damage due to natural disaster.
On 15 January 2018, the company acquired V.O. Net Biodiesel Asia Company Limited (“VON”)
who owned a 1.267-MW solar power plant in Huanakam sub-district, Yangtalad district, Kalasin. Commercial
distribution started on 25 June 2014 at a base fare plus adder of 6.50 baht per unit and will last for 10 years. As a
result, in 2019, the company had two solar power plant in Thailand, with a combined capacity of approximately 6 MW.
From the experience and expertise in solar power plant operations, the company decided to
invest in a solar power plant project in Minbu, Myanmar. The plant has a capacity of 220 MW and is located on
a 3,000-rai area. The project was initiated to serve the growth of Myanmar’s new capital, Naypyidaw, which requires a big quantity
of electrical energy. On 28 June 2018, the company acquired 30% of Green Earth Power (Thailand) Company Limited (GEPT), who owned 100% of GEP
(Myanmar) Company Limited (GEPM). And on 24 December 2019, the company acquired 10% more shares, resulting in the company holding 40% of the
shares in GEPT. GEPM has been granted a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) concession to develop and operate the project and has signed a 30-year
Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) contract with Electric Power Generation Enterprise (“EPGE”), commencing upon phase 1 commercial operation.
The construction is divided into four phases. On 15 November 2019, the company received an official notice of commercial distribution for
phase 1, which has a capacity of 50 MW. The revenue was realized with retroactive effect back to 27 September 2019.
Scan Inter Company Limited (Public Company) has foreseen
a great opportunity to invest in renewable energy with the public sector. The performance of solar
energy equipment has been significantly improved and the cost has been promising for investment. The company
decided to invest with a 51% share with a partner company with expertise in solar energy system, under Scan Advanced Power
Company Limited (“SAP”), with an objective to invest in a Private Power Purchase Agreement (P-PPA). The company is determined to develop
and produce solar energy with maximum efficiency for the best interest. On the same day, Scan Advanced Power Company Limited signed a P-PPA
with seven clients, with a combined capacity of 4 MW. The company has a goal to achieve a capacity of 110 MW within 2566, corresponding with
the government policy that intends to promote renewable energy generation until 2037.