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Thai capital 'raids' solar PV to VTE-QTC-ECF

Mr. Suphachit PokinJararuras, Director and Executive Director of Vintage Engineering Plc. (VTE) today announced that Green Energy (Thailand) Co., Ltd., or GEP, has three Thai listed companies. CF Power Company Limited (ECF-Power) subsidiary of East Coast Furnitec (ECF) holds 20%. QTC Global Power Limited (QTCGP), a subsidiary of QTC Energy (QTC) Holds 15% and VTE holds 12% The remaining shareholders are Noble Planet Pte. Ltd., Singaporean holding 5% and Planet Energy Holdings Pte. Ltd., Singapore holding 48%. GEP has a 100% subsidiary, GE AMA) is a national company. Myanmar has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Electric Power Generation Enterprise (EPGE), an organization under the Ministry of Electricity and Energy of Myanmar.

Electricity from the Attica Project The installed capacity is about 220 megawatts or the maximum electricity purchase rate of 170 megawatts for a period of 30 years from the date of commencement of commercial electricity distribution (COD).

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