SPCG, a solar farm developer, plans to operate small renewable solar farms to serve demand for electricity in Myanmar's rural communities.
Chairwoman Wandee Khunchornyakong said the solar farms and energy plants would have a capacity of less than 2 megawatts.
The project will operate without connection to the main electricity grid and serve rural communities. Each plant will cost 7-14 million baht.
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