MEA together with the Neurological Institute signed a contract to install a Solar Rooftop.

Bangkok, MEA together with the Neurological Institute signed a contract to install a Solar Rooftop, expected to save over 500,000 baht in electricity costs per year. On April 1, 2024, Mr. Ronnachai Rueangyut, Assistant Governor of MEA or Metropolitan Electricity Authority, along with Mr. Thanin Vejchapinan, Director of the Neurological Institute. Participated in the signing ceremony of the contract to provide services for the installation and maintenance of energy-saving equipment in the electricity production system from renewable or alternative energy in the form of a Solar Rooftop system between MEA and the Neurological Institute at Watthanavipas Building. Metropolitan Electricity Authority, Head Office, Khlong Toei Assistant Governor of MEA revealed that MEA as a state enterprise It is responsible for maintaining the electrical distribution system in Bangkok, Nonthaburi and Samut Prakan areas. Ready to cooperate with all sectors to promote government policy on renewable energy. MEA is pleased to cooper ate with the Neuroscience Institute. In providing Solar Rooftop installation services with a size of 502.7 kWp, it is expected that electricity costs will be saved approximately 572,607 baht/year, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 300 tonCo2/year, helping drive the Carbon Neutrality mission to meet the target within 2020. by 2050 and achieve Net Zero Emissions by 2065 according to the country's energy development plan. For those interested in installing a solar power generation system on their roof (Solar Rooftop) that meets MEA safety standards, you can inquire for details at Electricity user information service center, Metropolitan Electricity Authority, MEA Call Center 1130, including notification via various social media channels, including Facebook: Metropolitan Electricity Authority, MEA On the official account name page, select the MEA Call Center Online menu. You can contact us 24 hours a day. Source: Thai News Agency

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