Thailand’s solar energy potential

Development for more utilization of solar energy It is something that almost all energy-consuming countries pay attention to and develop continuously. because the world recognizes the need to bring more solar energy. 

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Because it is clean energy that does not cause any pollution, it is also an energy source with enormous amounts of energy. If human beings can fully utilize solar energy, human beings will not need to rely on other energy sources.

In general, the solar potential of an area is higher or lower depending on the amount of solar radiation that hits that area. also known as “Solar radiation intensity” has energy units as megajoules per square meter An area that receives a lot of solar radiation has a high potential for using solar energy. The trend of changing solar radiation intensity will depend on the area. There is a change in time of the day and a seasonal change in the year, i.e. in a particular area, the solar radiation increases from the morning to its maximum at noon. and dwindles until the evening. as a result of changes in air masses which solar radiation travels through the earth’s surface and the effect of the angle of incidence of the sun which changes from morning until evening As for spatial variation, it is a result of meteorological conditions, with clouds being an important parameter.

From the solar energy potential map of Thailand by the Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency and the Faculty of Science Silpakorn University found that the distribution of solar radiation intensity in different areas in each month of the country. It is influenced by the northeast monsoon wind. and southwest monsoon winds And most areas of the country received the maximum amount of solar radiation between April and May, about 20 megaJOules per square meter in 1 day when considering the annual average daily solar energy potential map. It was found that the area receiving the highest solar radiation on average throughout the year was in the Northeast. It covers parts of Nakhon Ratchasima, Buriram, Surin, Sisaket, Roi Et, Yasothon, Ubon Ratchathani and Udon Thani and parts of the central region in Suphan Buri, Chainat, Ayutthaya, Nakhon Sawan and LopBuri with average annual solar radiation of 19 – 20 MJ per year. square meter in 1 day, such area is 1.43% of the total land area of the country. And in addition, it was found that 50.2 percent of the total area receives annual average solar radiation in the range of 18-19 MJ per square meter in 1 day, mostly in the northeast and some parts of the central region. Areas with relatively low potential are only 0.5% of the country’s total land area. (Mountain areas on the eastern and western sides of the north) from the calculation of the average daily total solar radiation per year for the area across the country was found to be 18.2 MJ/m2 in 1 day from the results shown here. showing that Thailand has a relatively high solar energy potential

In summary, electricity generation from solar energy in Thailand has good potential. If the government has given more support than it is currently, especially supporting the development of solar energy technology in the country to be able to produce various devices by ourselves without having to rely on imports This will help the cost of solar energy production in the future to be cheaper than before.

Vietnam opens largest solar power plant in ASEAN

Dr. Harald Link, president of B.Grimm Power, Thailand’s largest private power producer, said that the energy industry in Vietnam is growing rapidly. This was partly due to a requirement from the Prime Minister of Vietnam. stating that the Electricity Authority of Vietnam will be responsible for purchasing all electricity generated from solar power plants for 20 years

Dong Tien 1 and Dong Tien 2 solar power plants in Vietnam have been in operation since June and the latest has just been officially launched on September 7. as the largest solar power plant in ASEAN

Mrs. Priyanat Soonthornwat, Chief Executive Officer of B.Grimm Power, said that the Dong Tien 1 solar power plant will have a capacity of up to 420 megawatts, which should be enough to supply hundreds of thousands of homes. But from the population of Vietnam with more than 96 million people and investment from leading companies around the world that come to build a production base Vietnam still has very high energy demand. and tends to have higher and higher demand for electricity

Both solar power plants are located in Tay Ninh province. One of Vietnam’s highest solar concentration provinces Constructed and operated by B.Grimm, who has invested in the energy industry in Vietnam for more than 20 years, starting with a joint venture to build a power plant in Amata City Industrial Estate. Vietnam’s Bien Hua

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