The SET-listed Capital Engineering Network (CEN) aims for 15% revenue growth this year on solid expansion of subsidiary companies.
CEN is also planning to invest in a solar farm project as it discusses the opportunity with a few partners. But the crucial factor is government policy to support alternative energy, said CEO Wuttichai Leenabanchong.
Currently, CEN has invested in small power producers of 11 megawatts and will increase to 20 MW this year through Enesol, a subsidiary.
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