to-the-point: China's GCL-SI unveils 10-MW Thai solar deal

Solar park in Thailand. Featured Image: topten22photo/

November 18 (SeeNews) - Chinese solar products supplier GCL System Integration Technology (SHE:002506) said Monday it is building 10 MW of ground-mounted photovoltaic (PV) plants in Thailand under a partnership with Enmax Holding (Thailand) Co Ltd.

As part of its maiden overseas deal for an integrated and customised one-stop solution, GCL-SI will deliver its GCL-P6/60G modules along with solar inverters and mounting structures. The turnkey system is backed by TMB Bank in Thailand.

The two 5-MW solar parks are located in Pantai and Khok Kham. Upon completion before December 15, they are expected to generate a combined 15.55 GWh of electricity annually.

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