WHA Utilities and Power Public Company Limited is an integrated utilities products and service provider and active power investor with strategic partnership with reputable Thai and international operators.
The Company’s core business relates to the:
- Utility Business by of distributing raw water, producing and distributing industrial water and providing wastewater treatment services to operators in industrial estates and industrial lands as well as other consumers.
- Power Business through indirect shareholding in electricity generating and distribution businesses, both locally and abroad.
WHA Utilities and Power Public Company Limited (WHAUP) was established on 30 June 2008, previously named Hemaraj Clean Water Company Limited with a registered capital of THB 645 million, to produce and distribute industrial water for manufacturers in 4 Industrial Estates developed by WHA Industrial Development PLC.
The Company possesses the exclusivity rights granted by WHA Industrial Development PLC. to operate water business in its industrial estates and industrial operation zones in Thailand. The Company currently operates water business in 7 WHA Industrial Development PLC. Industrial Estates and 2 industrial operation zones. The Company has also obtained the right of first refusal to invest in the gas pipeline business and waste management business in those industrial estates in Thailand.
The Company’s aggregate maximum industrial water production capacity in all industrial estates is 281,376 cubic meters per day, with an aggregate maximum wastewater treatment capacity in all industrial estates of 117,456 cubic meters per day.
WHA Energy Company Limited, previously named “Hemaraj Energy Company Limited was incorporated in 2011 with registered capital of THB 100 million to invest in other companies engaging in power business. During these 5 years, the Company has jointly invested with specialized partners in conventional energy and alternative energy power generation businesses, both locally and abroad. As at 31 December 2017, the Company’s aggregate electricity generation capacity in proportion to its shareholding in the commercially operational power plants was 478.36 MW and an aggregate electricity generation capacity in proportion to its shareholding in the developing power plants was at 64.47 MW.