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MEA opens solar power buy-back scheme from customers

Jul 31. 2020
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By THE NATION

The Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) will let type-1 electrical users (residential customers) who have installed solar panels on their house roofs to sell electricity left over after personal use back to MEA to generate household income.

The MEA announced on its Facebook on Thursday (July 30) that to be eligible to participate in the campaign, candidates must be MEA customers residing in Bangkok, Nonthaburi or Samut Prakarn areas. The MEA will buy the electricity from users at Bt1.68 per unit, under the 10-year contract. The campaign has a capacity limit of 30 megawatts.

Interested applicants can register at the website https://spv.mea.or.thbefore December 2020.

For more information, contact MEA Call Centre 1130, Twitter: @MEA_news, Line: @meathailand, Facebook: @Metropolitan.Electricity.Authority or download the “MEA Smart Life” mobile app, available for both Android and iOS users.

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