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Currently, WHAUP possesses a total alternative energy capacity of 3.90 MW, equivalent to 2.62 MW equity.

Alternative Energy

WHAUP has invested in solar rooftop under 8 VSPP power plants project at current capacity of 3.90 MW or 2.62 MW of equity. The company is still eye on the VSPP power plants expansion. Specifically, there are over 2 Million Square Meter of Rooftop under WHA Logistics Projects, including Build-to-Suit factories and warehouses as well as Ready Built Factories and Warehouse in Hemaraj Industrial Estates. Thus, WHA Utilities and Power can accommodate and utilize those rooftop space for the conventional power expansion.

Power plant Location Type of energy Category of Plant Equity holding% Contracted generating capacity Generating capacity
in proportion to the WHAUP Group’s equity
Commercial Operation Date
Commercially Operational Power Plants
Gulf Solar KKS HLP1 Solar Rooftop VSPP 25.01% 0.25 MW 0.06 MW December 2014
Gulf Solar BV HCIE Solar Rooftop VSPP 25.01% 0.13 MW 0.03 MW June 2014
Gulf Solar TS1 HESIE Solar Rooftop VSPP 25.01% 0.13 MW 0.03 MW August 2014
Gulf Solar TS2 ESIE Solar Rooftop VSPP 25.01% 0.09 MW 0.02 MW January 2015
WHA Gunkul
Green Solar Roof 17
WHA Mega Logistics Centre, Wangnoi 61, Ayutthaya Solar Rooftop VSPP 74.99% 1.00 MW 0.73 MW July 2014
WHA Gunkul
Green Solar Roof 3
WHA Mega Logistics Centre, Bangna-Trad KM.18 Solar Rooftop VSPP 74.99% 0.83 MW 0.62 MW April 2014
WHA Gunkul
Green Solar Roof 6
WHA Mega Logistics Centre, Bangna-Trad KM.18 Solar Rooftop VSPP 74.99% 0.83 MW 0.62 MW April 2014
WHA Gunkul
Green Solar Roof 1
WHA Mega Logistics Centre, Bangna-Trad KM.18 Solar Rooftop VSPP 74.99% 0.64 MW 0.48 MW April 2014
Total 3.90 MW 2.62 MW  

Chonburi Clean Energy, a joint venture company created by Glow Energy (a subsidiary of ENGIE), SUEZ and WHA Utilities & Power, is awarded the right to develop an industrial waste to energy plant at Hemaraj Chonburi Industrial Estate, in Thailand. The total investment is estimated at approximately 1.5 billion Baht (around USD 43 million) and commercial operation is foreseen to start in December 2019.

The industrial waste to energy plant will have a gross operating capacity of 8.63 MW and will operate under the Feed-in-Tariff scheme, based on the Energy Regulatory Commission’s Power Purchasing from Renewable Energy Program 2015-2019.