Chonburi Clean Energy (CCE) held an official inauguration ceremony of its eco-friendly, advanced waste-to-energy power plant at WHA Chonburi Industrial Estate 1 (WHA CIE 1 in the centre of Thailand’s future area-based development zone, a leading ASEAN economic zone (EEC)).
The ceremony was inaugurated by Mr. Suraporn Danaitangtrakul, Vice-Minister of Energy, in the presence of several distinguished guests, including Mr. Jacques Lapouge, French Ambassador to Thailand and Mr. Pakathorn Tienchai, Governor of Chonburi.
CCE is an international consortium of three renowned and committed shareholders with their respective areas of expertise, providing newly alternatives for future energy utilizing industrial waste:
• SUEZ, with 90,000 employees on the five continents, is a world leader in smart and sustainable resource management. It provides water and waste management solutions that enable cities and industries optimize their resource management and strengthen their environmental and economic performances, in line with regulatory standards.
• WHA Utilities and Power (WHAUP), a subsidiary of WHA Group, Thailand’s leading integrated utilities products and service provider in Logistics, Industrial Estates, Utilities & Power, and Digital Platform. WHAUP also provides total solutions for integrated utility management, industrial water, wastewater treatment including electricity generation, natural gas distribution and renewable energy.
• Glow Energy, a subsidiary of Global Power Synergy Public Company Limited (GPSC) and a major energy player in Thailand. Glow Group’s total installed generating capacity is 3,084 MW (Glow’s stake is 2,268 MW) of electricity and 1,116 tons per hour of steam.
The three shareholding companies were represented by Ms. Jareeporn Jarukornsakul, Chairman of the Board of Directors, CCE and CEO of WHA Group and Mr. Wisate Chungwatana, CEO of WHAUP; Mr. Pajongwit Pongsivapai, CEO of Glow Group; and Mr. Antoine Grange, CEO of Recycling & Recovery of SUEZ Asia.