It was a perfect day for students of Yaowawit private boarding school in Phangnga to enjoy their weekend. The weather was not so hot, with showers in the morning before bright sunlight came at noon.
Children at Yaowawit private boarding school in Phangnga inspect the solar modules that will generate 227,400 watts of power per day, more than enough to serve the school’s daytime energy needs.
Like most parts of southern Thailand, Phangnga has sunshine most of the year except in the monsoon season. This makes the school, which covers 25 hectares, a suitable location for a solar field to lower its energy costs and make it more self-reliant.
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