Heavy vehicle operator drives an excavator at the Lopburi Solar Power Plant. The 73-megawatt Lopburi Solar Farm is the largest solar photovoltaic project in the world. The power plant intends to add 11 megawatts of capacity by 2012 to bring the total to 84 megawatts. The Lopburi Solar Farm is integral to Thailand’s efforts to generate energy from renewable sources.
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Posted by Asian Development Bank on 2013-01-29 06:31:06
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