PROJECT DETAILS

Project Submission No. S00072
Project Title 60 MW Wind projects in Thailand by WED
Project Owner (as per PSF & LOA) Wind Energy Development Company Limited
Focal Point of Project Owners*(FP)
Kosher Climate India Private Limited
Email of Contact Person of FP (Primary) narendra@kosherclimate.com
Email of Contact Person of FP (Secondary) kittiphat.cha@gunkul.com
Country Thailand
Submission Date 28 Dec 2021
Global Stakeholder Consultation Period 16 Jan 2022 - 30 Jan 2022
Sector 1.Energy industries (renewable-/non-renewable sources)
GCC/CDM Methodology & Version ACM0002 Grid-connected electricity generation from renewable sources, Version 20.0
Forecasted GHG Emission Reduction(TCO2/Year) 101119
Forecasted E+ Label Yes
Forecasted S+ Label Yes
Forecasted SDG+ Goals SDG 5, SDG 7, SDG 8, SDG 9
Forecasted SDG+ Label Platinum
Forecasted Market Eligibility CORSIA(C+)
Name of Authorized External Representative Organization Kosher Climate India Private Limited
Name of Focal Point of External Representative Vamsi Krishna M
Email-id of Focal Point vamsi@kosherclimate.com
Documents for Global Stakeholder Consultation Project Submision, Calculation Sheet, Other Documents
Project Brief

The proposed project activity involves installation of 60 MW wind power project in Dan Khun Thod district, in Thailand. The project is fully commissioned and operational and the total project capacity has been connected to the national Grid of Thailand through the erected distribution and transmission lines. Generated power from the project is being supplied to the government distribution companies Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) & Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT). Project owners have signed a long-term power purchase agreements with the PEA ad EGAT to supply the generated power at the contracted price. The wind power projects are promoted by a subsidiary of Gunkul Engineering Public Company Limited. 

The electricity generated from this project will replace anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG’s) by displacing equivalant amount of electricity from the generation mix of power plants connected to the national grid, which is mainly dominated by thermal/fossil fuel-based power plant. 

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