The Chiang Mai Smart City Clean Energy Project is a smart grid project located in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The installation of the project began in 2019 and the project was commissioned in 2020.
The Chiang Mai Smart City Clean Energy Project was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is an advanced grid infrastructure, renewable integration, smart homes and smart cities project with a rated capacity of 12MW. It is implemented in the university campus.
The smart grid project is developed by BCPG Public.
The Chiang Mai Smart City Clean Energy Project has the following equipment associated with it:
- – Energy Storage System
- – Solar Power Supply
Chiang Mai Smart City Clean Energy Project development status
The development of Chiang Mai Smart City Clean Energy Project was started in 2019 and the commissioning was completed in 2020.
BCPG Public will construct and complete the Chiang Mai Smart City Clean Energy Project.
– BCPG Public Company Limited (BCPG) and Chiang Mai University (CMU) have signed an agreement to jointly work on a 12 MW solar rooftop project as part of making CMU a Smart University with a blockchain-based energy trading. – CMU will buy the electricity produced from the system, including solar rooftop installation and energy storage system, which is developed and installed by BCPG, with Power Ledger as digital energy partner. – The project which covers a period of 20 years will see the installation of solar panels on more than 150 buildings in the University.
About BCPG Public
BCPG Public Co Ltd (BCPG) a subsidiary of Bangchak Corporation PCL, is a producer and seller of electricity. It generated electricity from renewable energy such as hydropower, solar power, biomass power, wind power and geothermal power businesses in Thailand, Japan, Laos, the Philippines and Indonesia. BCPG also has solar farms in Thailand with the total contractual power generating capacity of 141 megawatts (MW). The company operates its solar power plants in Thailand and Japan. BCPG is headquartered in Bangkok, Thailand.
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