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CKP eyes eight SPP licences

Total investment estimated at B40bn

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AYUTTHAYA : CK Power Plc (CKP), a SET-listed subsidiary of Ch. Karnchang Plc, says it will apply for eight small power producer (SPP) licences next year. 

Managing director Supamas Trivisvavet said with expected generating capacity of 117-120 megawatts apiece, CKP estimates 40 billion baht will be needed to develop all eight power plants.

The Energy Ministry is expected to call for a new round of SPP bidding early next year after revision of the national power development plan is finished this month, she said.

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