TSE, Huawei Ink Co-op Pact for 150 MW Japanese Solar Farm

One of the leading renewable energy company’s in Southeast Asia, Thai Solar Energy Public Company (TSE) and China-based Huawei signed the cooperation agreement in Bangkok, Thailand.

The motive behind the deal was to purchase the Huawei 1500V Smart PV Solution for an installed power generation capacity of over 150 MW Onikoube Solar Farm in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan.

Further, the signing ceremony marked the beginning of comprehensive cooperation between the two companies on utility-scale PV plants in the Asia Pacific.

TSE is one of the leading PV plant operators in Southeast Asia, focusing on the development and investment of utility-scale PV plants for decades.

The collaboration between the two companies started from July 2014 on a pilot project. On the back of several years’ stable operation, TSE considered Huawei FusionSolar Smart PV Solution and willingly partner with Huawei to produce clean energy to fulfill the growing demands in the Asia Pacific.

As a leading global ICT and network energy solutions provider, Huawei innovatively integrates digital information technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), big data, and cloud computing, with PV technology, to promote industry-leading smart PV solutions.

For the installed power generation capacity of over 150 MW PV plant, Huawei will provide the 1500V Smart PV Solution with Smart I-V Curve Diagnosis, which combined the AI algorithm will highly improve the O&M efficiency and reduce the operating cost.

The AI-aided 1500V FusionSolar Smart PV Solution will continuously reduce LCOE and accelerate the grid parity process in the Asia Pacific.

In February this year, Saudi Arabia’s leading developer and operator of power and desalination water plant, ACWA Power has signed a global cooperation Memorandum with Huawei during the Sino-Saudi Investment Forum in Beijing.

As per the agreement, the two sides will work together to develop global PV market and apply the cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, and cloud computing to PV plant projects to promote industry progress with technological innovation.