Published: Oct 04, 2021
The Hydro-Floating Solar Hybrid Project in Sirindhorn Dam, which is claimed to be the largest floating solar cell project in the world with a capacity of 45 megawatts, is now 99.26 per cent complete and ready for commercial power supply this October, deputy government spokesperson Ratchada Thanadirek said.
Published: Sep 25, 2021
The Chao Phraya Dam will increase the draining rate to prepare for more water flowing from the North and Northeast regions as a result of a monsoon trough and the tropical depression "Dianmu" that has downgraded into an active low-pressure cell over Khon Kaen province.
Published: Jul 28, 2021
Recorded water levels in the Lower Mekong River Basin (LMB) saw significant increases during the last seven days as a result of heavy rainfall and sudden water releases from dams, the Mekong River Commission (MRC) Secretariat says. But river levels across all monitoring stations remain lower than their alarm or danger points.
Published: Apr 14, 2021
Despite scattered showers in different parts of the country recently, the water level in large and medium-sized reservoirs is fairly low, Dr Thaweesak Thanadechopol, deputy director-general of the Royal Irrigation Department, said on Wednesday.
Published: Jan 13, 2021
Pattani’s 25th Special Infantry 15323 company, which had set up a command centre at Santikaram Temple in Muang district's Pakaharang subdistrict, had to quickly move their tents and redeploy on the road temporarily after 1-metre-high flood waters engulfed the temple situated in a low-lying basin.
Published: Dec 17, 2020
The construction of the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand’s (Egat) hydropower plant at Pha Juk dam in Uttaradit’s Muang district is progressing as planned and should meet its targeted commercial operation date of December 2022, Thidet Iam-sai, deputy director-general of engineering and power plant construction at Egat, said on Wednesday.
Published: Oct 19, 2020
The chiefs of 10 districts in Nakhon Ratchasima province have been told to issue urgent warnings to local people to beware of floods, as continuous rains could cause water in the Lam Ta Khong dam, which is now at 96.43 per cent of its capacity, to overflow.