UACJ Corporation to Install 18 MW Rooftop PV Plant at its Facility in Thailand

UACJ Corporation, announced that one of the world’s largest rooftop photovoltaic systems will be installed at Rayong Works.

September 30, 2021. By News Bureau

UACJ Corporation announced  that one of the world’s largest rooftop photovoltaic systems will be installed at Rayong Works, the manufacturing facility operated by its wholly owned subsidiary, UACJ (Thailand) Co., Ltd., based on an agreement concluded on August 30, 2021, with Kansai Energy Solutions (Thailand) Co., Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc. 

Based on the agreement, Kansai Energy Solutions (Thailand) will install about 40,000 photovoltaic panels with a combined capacity of 18 megawatts on the rooftops of Rayong Works, and UACJ (Thailand) will consume all of the electricity generated by the system over a 20-year period.

Through the use of this system, UACJ (Thailand) expects a reduction in CO2 emissions from Rayong Works of about 14,000 tons per year, equivalent to approximately 6% of the facility’s annual CO2 emissions.

The UACJ Group regards efforts to combat climate change as an important task in its long-term management vision, UACJ Vision 2030. The Group plans to continue taking proactive steps towards making the world more sustainable while reducing its environmental load.

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