In Mae Hong Son Province, the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand laid the foundation stone for the smart grid development pilot project’s solar-powered electrical system. To resolve power outages and enhance the reliability of the power generation system in the province of Mae Hong Son.
At 9:09 a.m. on November 23, 2022, at the Smart Grid Development Pilot Project in Mae Hong Son Province, Pha Bong Subdistrict, Mueang Mae Hong Son District, Mr. Chettha Mosikarat, Governor of Mae Hong Son Province, delegated Mr. Prasert Chitplee Cheep, Deputy Governor of Mae Hong Son Province, to preside over the ceremony of laying the foundation stone for the solar cell system in the Smart Grid
Mr. Chatchai Mawong, Assistant Governor of Power Plant Engineering and Construction, welcomed head of government leaders from local administrative organizations, senior subdivisions, and related agencies for the purpose of resolving power outages and power outages, as well as enhancing the stability of the power generation system in Mae Hong Son Province.
Mae Hong Son Province has been selected as a pilot area to resolve frequent power outages and power outages and develop the stability of the electricity generating system in Mueang Mae Hong Son District by relying on renewable energy to generate electricity with clean energy in the area through the installation of solar panels.
Three megawatts of production capacity with an energy storage battery
Additional power production capability of 4 megawatts on an area of 34 rai.
and backup in order to provide power.
When the fire broke out, it was immediately extinguished. The smart grid system will connect power plants in the province of Mae Hong Son using a microgrid control system. This allows for the optimal management of electricity output and consumption. The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand is targeting the province of Mae Hong Son. Before spreading the smart grid system to other parts of the country with electrical power issues, it is a trial site where key agencies will study, learn, conduct research, and develop in collaboration. To make Thailand a pioneer in the use of smart grid technologies in the ASEAN area.