Discover ENGIE activities in Thailand
In Thailand, ENGIE employs around 1,000 people in electric generation, cogeneration, gas distribution and energy services, through its subsidiaries Glow Group, PTT NGD, ENGIE Services Thailand, Tractebel ENGIE and Solairedirect.
Glow Group, with ENGIE Group as its main shareholder (69.11%), is a major energy player in Thailand with a combined installed capacity of 3,207 MW of electricity (Glow’s stake is 2,891 MW) and 1,206 tons per hour of steam. Glow Group generates and supplies electricity to the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) under Thailand's SPP (Small Power Producer) and IPP (Independent Power Producer) programs, as well as electricity, steam, industrial water and services to large industrial customers located in the Map Ta Phut area and nearby.
Created in 1996, PTT NGD is a leader in gas distribution to industrial clients in Thailand. Directly or through its subsidiary AMATA NGD, the company sells and distributes nearly 40 MMBTU through a steel pipeline network. PTT NGD, owned by ENGIE (40%) and Thailand’s national oil company PTT (60%), has continuously grown since the start through investments and its capacity as the energy partner of the Thai industry, providing natural gas as well as energy support, advice and services to its customers.
ENGIE provides multi-technical operating and maintenance services, Integrated Facilities Management, utility provisions, cooling networks and energy-efficient solutions to industrial and commercial clients. Over 90 GwH of energy has been reduced thanks to energy efficiency solutions provided and guaranteed by ENGIE in recent years. Many clients have been relieved from their non-core business tasks with the services provided by ENGIE and can thus enhance their competitive edge. The company is ESCO accredited and certified of ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 50001 (Energy Management System).
The activities of Tractebel ENGIE on the Thai market go back to the early 1980s. Tractebel ENGIE has actively contributed to the development of the country: from dredging in the port of Laem Chabang to the hydro power scheme of Nam Khek, the 700 MW CCGT thermal power plant at Bowin (IPP) and the design of the Gas Ring of Bangkok.
Since 2010 and the opening of Tractebel ENGIE office in Thailand, additional Tractebel ENGIE entities have been created in the Philippines, Indonesia and Myanmar. This constantly growing network is allowing Tractebel ENGIE to be close to its customers and to better understand and fulfil their needs. With a fast-growing team based on a good mix of expatriates and strong local competences, the company primarily covers engineering services for Hydropower, Renewable Energy, Thermal power, Gas & LNG, T&D, Energy System Consulting, Energy Markets, Policies & Business, Consulting Decentralized Solution, Digital Energy Solution, Energy Transition Implementation, Port & Water Ways & Water Infrastructure.
Tractebel ENGIE is currently active across the region as Owner’s Engineer, Lender’s Engineer or Technical advisor on several projects such as for instance BIC2 – 120 MW CCGT Project, Berkprai 97 MW SPP Cogeneration Project, NNEG Expansion 60 MW SPP Project in Thailand; Xepian Xe Namnoy 410 MW, Nam Lik 1 65 MW hydro projects in Laos; Khao Kor – 60 MW Windfarm project in Thailand; Strengthening of West Kalimantan power grid, Duri Kosambih 500 kV TL/substation in Indonesia; Vinh Tan 4 – 600 MW CFPP project in Vietnam; NEDA Philippine Water Supply Master Plan, ADB Metro Manila Water Supply and Sanitation Development Project in the Philippines; Thaton CCGT, LEMRO Hydro Project, Yesagyo Minigrid in Myanmar.
Solairedirect is a solar power company operating across the five continents. The Company was founded in 2006 with the mission of making solar power more competitive than other energy sources. Solairedirect has developed a distinctive scalable business model as a 100% solar power company with the aim of creating value all along the value chain from development to construction, services and investment.
The company has offices in France, India, South Africa, Chile, Mexico, Thailand, Brazil, China and the USA. Solairedirect is present in Thailand since 2012 and covers the APAC Zone from its office in Bangkok. Solairedirect is part of ENGIE Group since 2015. As of end September 2017, Solairedirect recorded more than 1,7 GW of solar projects over the world (constructed and under construction).