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Huawei Boosts Thailand’s Solar Power with Provincial Electricity Authority Partnership

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Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. is propelling the adoption of solar energy in Thailand by supplying inverter and optimizer equipment for rooftop solar power systems to the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA). The momentous handover ceremony took place at the PEA headquarters. Beyond the hardware, Huawei is also committed to cultivating a skilled workforce in 12 subdistricts across Thailand, empowering PEA professionals with the expertise required to efficiently install these advanced solar systems. This initiative is designed to elevate the customer experience for PEA users, hasten the shift towards clean energy, and champion sustainable development. It will also solidify the strategic alliance between Huawei and PEA, promoting the use of smart photovoltaic (Smart PV) products and fostering the broader adoption of renewable energy in Thailand. This steps up Huawei’s unwavering pledge to ‘Grow in Thailand, Contribute to Thailand.’

Mr. Logan Yu, President of Huawei Digital Power at Huawei Technology (Thailand) Co., Ltd., remarked, “As pioneers in renewable energy technology and innovators of intelligent digital power solutions for both businesses and households, our mission is to perpetually drive the clean energy transition towards a greener future. Huawei is thrilled to sustain this strategic partnership with PEA. The rooftop solar power generation systems we’re providing are more than mere tools for producing clean energy; they’re platforms for education and training that will arm PEA professionals with the know-how for system installations. By leveraging our global experience and expertise, we will elevate product technologies and installation services for customers in Thailand, thereby fostering a new generation of Thai workers leading the nation’s green revolution. This collaboration is key to propelling Thailand’s sustainability objectives and keeping PEA at the cutting edge of technological innovation. Together, we can build a greener, smarter, and more interconnected future for all.”

Mr. Yu further elaborated that Huawei’s residential solar roof technology prioritizes safety. Introduced as Huawei Residential Solution ‘1+4+X’ or ‘one-fits-all,’ it promises a holistic and unparalleled experience in utilizing Smart PV products for customers in Thailand. This one-fits-all solution integrates an intelligent charging system, power inverter, energy storage system, advanced system management, and intuitive displays.

Mr. Prasit Junprasit, Deputy Governor (Business and Marketing) of the Provincial Electricity Authority, expressed during the handover ceremony, “It is a great honor for me, on behalf of PEA, to participate in this handover ceremony alongside representatives from PEA and Huawei Technology (Thailand) Company Limited. This event strengthens our strategic partnership for co-branding strategies regarding Smart PV products and energy storage systems. Continuing our collaboration, we provide extensive training on rooftop solar power generation system installations to our skilled talents in 12 subdistricts. This invaluable training will empower PEA to deliver exceptional service nationwide and stimulate the increasing demand for clean energy in Thai households. We are optimistic that, together with Huawei, we can broaden and deepen our strategic partnership in myriad areas moving forward.”

Previously, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Company Limited attended an MOU signing ceremony with PEA to jointly explore and develop energy storage technologies for PEA’s electrical system. As a global frontrunner in digital energy technology, Huawei offers services and solutions deployed in over 170 countries, with a spotlight on energy storage, deployment, and safety measures in clean energy adoption—particularly solar energy. Huawei is set to support government agencies, businesses, and households in deploying smart solar photovoltaic systems, driving the renewable energy transition, and aiding Thailand in reaching its carbon neutrality goals. These targets resonate with Huawei’s mission to ‘Grow in Thailand, Contribute to Thailand’ and to ‘Unleash Digital for a Better Future’.


  1. Oliver B. June 25, 2024

    Wow, this collaboration between Huawei and Thailand’s PEA is impressive! It’s great to see such initiatives for renewable energy.

    • EcoWarrior99 June 25, 2024

      I agree, but don’t you think it’s risky having such a big foreign company like Huawei controlling a part of Thailand’s energy infrastructure?

      • Oliver B. June 25, 2024

        That’s a valid point. But maybe the benefits of harnessing their expertise outweigh the risks?

      • Sophia M. June 25, 2024

        We always have to balance technology adoption with national security concerns. Still, renewables are our future, and Huawei’s got the tech we need.

  2. Nina R. June 25, 2024

    It’s concerning to see the rise of Chinese influence in our energy sector. We should be cautious.

    • TechGuru June 25, 2024

      China has been pioneering solar tech for years. Are you suggesting we ignore the best because of political fears? That’s not practical.

      • Nina R. June 25, 2024

        I get your point, but why not develop our own tech industries? Dependency can be dangerous in the long run.

      • John D. June 25, 2024

        Developing tech industries takes time and resources we might not have. Collaborations like these can be stepping stones.

  3. SustainabilityFan June 25, 2024

    This is a fantastic step for sustainability in Thailand! Renewable energy is the way forward.

  4. Sarah J. June 25, 2024

    I hope this focus on renewable energy reduces electricity costs for consumers. Too many families struggle with high power bills.

  5. TechieTom June 25, 2024

    Why all the fuss about Huawei? Their tech is top-notch. If they can help us transition to renewables, I’m all for it.

    • Fred K. June 25, 2024

      I see your point, Tom. But what about data security concerns? It’s not black and white.

    • TechieTom June 25, 2024

      Of course, security is important. Hopefully, regulatory bodies will keep a tight check on this partnership.

  6. ConcernedCitizen June 25, 2024

    The focus on training local workers is a great move. We need more skilled professionals in the renewable energy sector.

  7. GreenDreamer June 25, 2024

    It’s exciting to see smart PV products being adopted. These innovations will change how we consume energy.

    • Thomas L. June 25, 2024

      Absolutely! But making sure these products are accessible and affordable is key.

    • GreenDreamer June 25, 2024

      True. It would be a shame if only a few benefit from these technological advancements.

  8. Hana Y. June 25, 2024

    It’s refreshing to see corporate responsibility in action with this partnership. Props to Huawei for brushing up on Thai skills.

  9. Vincent L. June 25, 2024

    Skepticism is warranted when dealing with foreign entities, but the potential for green energy progress is huge!

    • EcoMom June 25, 2024

      Couldn’t agree more, Vincent. It’s a delicate balance but an opportunity for real positive change.

  10. Changemaker77 June 25, 2024

    I hope this partnership also inspires other countries in the region to invest in solar energy.

  11. Jon P. June 25, 2024

    Training programs are essential. Knowledge transfer ensures that the technology becomes truly beneficial.

  12. Emily R. June 25, 2024

    Curious to see how this will impact Thailand’s overall carbon footprint. Renewable energy is crucial for our planet’s health.

  13. SkepticalSam June 25, 2024

    It’s all well and good, but how long before this partnership gets into shady business dealings? Corporate transparency is a must.

    • Oliver B. June 25, 2024

      Let’s hope there are strict oversight mechanisms in place. We need clean energy, not more corruption.

    • SkepticalSam June 25, 2024

      Absolutely. Vigilance is key. Just hope the authorities are up to the task.

    • Sophia M. June 25, 2024

      Let’s be optimistic, guys. With proper oversight, this could be a landmark project for Thailand.

  14. Laura K. June 25, 2024

    I wish more countries had such forward-thinking initiatives. Every step towards green energy is a step towards a healthier planet.

  15. Mike June 25, 2024

    Does anyone know if these solar systems will be affordable for average Thai citizens?

    • Kevin R. June 25, 2024

      Good question, Mike. It’s important that all socio-economic groups can benefit from clean energy, not just the affluent.

  16. Sarah J. June 25, 2024

    Agree with changing electricity costs through renewables! Let’s hope this moves quick enough to help those who need it.

    • UserName123 June 25, 2024

      Same here, Sarah. Quick turnaround is essential. What’s the timeline for broad rollout?

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