Projects

Assyce Group and Assyce Asia

Assyce Group has participated in and executed a total amount of over 200 MW on ground and rooftop projects.

Assyce Asia has realized or participated in the following projects in Thailand:

For these projects we have mainly acted as the electrical main contractor (EPI) or main subcontractor during the construction. We are the Operation and Maintenance (O&M) contractor for these projects.

  • 2018 – Rayong (3,3 MWp).
  • 2018 – Robinson Chonburi (1 MWp).
  • 2017 – Robinson Kamphaeng Phet (1 MWp).
  • 2017 – Robinson Machachai (404 KWp).
  • 2015 – Samut Sahkon (4 MWp).
  • 2015 – Samut Sahkon (6 MWp).
  • 2012-2013 - Chiang Rai (9,9 MWp).
  • 2011-2012 - Nakhon Ratchasima (7,5 MWp).

Rayong - (3,3 MWp)

This 3,3 MWp solar rooftop plant is located at the Eastern Seaboard Industrial Estate in the Province of Rayong.

More than 9000 Jinko dual glass modules (Eagle Dual 72 365W) were installed at 9 roofs of the factory, using different mounting structures, including Klip-Loks of Clenergy and partly fixed concrete blocks. Schneider Electric Conext CL25 and CL60 inverters are operating in 3 different inverter stations and interconnection points. For the Zero Export, that adapts the output power of the inverters according to the load, and the monitoring, which allows to control the plant in real-time, equipment of Gantner is in use. To ensure a maximum of safety, a security lifeline of Fall Protect, certified by EN795:2012, has been mounted.

This project required an accurate and efficient planning to avoid shutdowns during the operation hours of the factory.

The Rayong rooftop power plant is expected to generate more than 4400 MWh/year of renewable energy.

Robinson Chonburi (RBS CHB) - (999 kWp)

Completed in 2018, the Robinson Chonburi solar rooftop plant is already the third solar rooftop Assyce Asia realized for a Robinson mall. It is located in the province of Chonburi and has an installed power of 999,3 KWp.

With more than 2500 SunPower SPR-P19-385-COM modules and Huawei SUN 2000 - 36 KTL (36 kWac) string inverters this power plant is expected to generate more than 1,587 MWh/year of renewable energy. For the real-time monitoring and the Zero Export is equipment of Gantner used. The mounting structure was supplied by Clenergy.

The Robinson Lifestyle mall in Chonburi provides an Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station for their customers.

Robinson Kamphaeng Phet (RBS KPP) - (999 kWp)

Situated in the province of Kamphaeng Phet, this solar rooftop plant has an installed power of 999 kWp.

RBS MHC by Symbior PMR is expected to generate more than 1,587 MWh/year of renewable energy, supplying clean green electricity to the Robinson shopping centre reducing CO2 emissions. This PV Power Plant is using double glass polycrystalline 72 Cells modules from Canadian Solar and string inverters from Huawei, the mounting structure was supplied by Clenergy.

The plant is equipped with a Zero Export solution from EVT, adapting the output power of the Huawei inverter according to the load.

The monitoring from Skytron Energy was selected, which allows to control the plant in realtime.

Robinson Mahachai (RBS MHC) - (404 kWp)

Situated in Mahachai around 50 km southwest of Bangkok, this solar rooftop plant has a installed power of 404 kWp.

RBS MHC by Symbior PMR is expected to generate more than 610 MWh/year of renewable energy, supplying clean green electricity to this shopping mall reducing CO2 emissions. This PV Power Plant is using double glass polycrystalline 72 Cells modules from Canadian Solar and string inverters from Huawei, the elevated aluminum structure on top of the concrete slab roof was supplied by Clenergy.

The plant is equipped with a Zero Export solution from EVT, adapting the output power of the Huawei inverter according to the load. The monitoring from Skytron Energy was selected, which allows to control the plant in realtime.

Samut Sahkon (ATCE 4&5) - (6+4 MW)

Situated around 75 km southwest of Bangkok, these two solar plants totaling 10 MW were a real challenge, which not many would have faced.

The limited time for execution and construction during rainy season made this project very questionable. An optimized flood control, the professional hard work involved, as well as the strict control of the timeline and coordination of the related works achieved the connection in time.

ATCE 4 and ATCE 5 PV Project by Symbior Energy is expected to generate more than 14,500 MWh/year of renewable energy, supplying clean green electricity to more than 7,000 households in this area and reducing CO2 emissions by 8,500 t/year. This PV Power Plant is using over 90,000 units of FS4 110 First Solar CdTe Thinfilm technology and ten SMA Outdoor inverters 900CP XT. Special cabling from Jurchen Technologies for low DC losses. The plant is monitored with equipment from Skytron Energy, which allows to control the plant in realtime.

Chiang Rai (CRS) - (9,9 MW)

Situated in Chiang Rai Province in the very North of Thailand close to the Golden Triangle, this project is the biggest of its kind in this area.

With 9,9 MWp is generates throughout the next 20 years an average energy of more than 13,000 MWh/year providing green electricity to approximate 6,800 Thai households.

The solar farm is composed of 40,896 Polycrystalline modules from REC PE 240 and 245 W class and 16 ABB inverters. During the execution of this project more than 250 people from various disciplines have been involved, making it possible with joined forces to achieve completion within 6 months.

Nakhon Ratchasima (NRS) - (7,5 MW)

The Nahkon Ratchasima Solar Project was one of the very first in Thailand of its size, it was built in 2011-2012 using around 95,000 units of First Solar FS275 innovative, thin-film solar modules.

This project is located in the Isan region in the northeast of Thailand.

Covering around 15 hectares, the NRS Solar Plant, can supply enough electricity to meet the annual needs of more than 5,000 Thai homes. It generates yearly more than 10,500 MWh of clean renewable energy, reducing the CO2 emissions by over 6,200 t every year.

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