Constant Energy is awarded 2020 AMCHAM Corporate Social Responsibility Excellence Recognition Certificate

Constant Energy is truly honored to receive this prestigious award – AMCHAM Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Excellence Award for the year 2020. This award is for AMCHAM member companies who took efforts on supporting development in Thailand in a sustainable manner based on important CSR criteria. As Constant Energy being one of the AMCHAM member companies, we are always aware of conducting our business sustainably and being responsible to local communities where all our projects are located, especially during the COVID-19 crisis in Thailand.

We have focused on EHS Sustainability by providing 1,000 masks to schools and operators in Chiang Rai and Korat to protect for PM 2.5 and COVID-19. Furthermore, we have provided 10 scholarships for disadvantaged students at a school near the plant in Chiang Rai to enhance their career opportunities and established a PV Solar learning center at a school. Our Corporate Social Responsibility activities also included the trash collection on the Wongdean beach in Koh Samet.

We are determined to continue our intention on giving back to the local Thai community as well as the nature surrounding our projects as per our slogan: The Future is Bright with Constant Energy.

Atters; Mr. Franck Constant, President of Constant Energy, Mr. Markus Ganterer, Chief of Finance Officer, Mr. Tanapat Pongvanatsabodee, Business Development, and Ms. Dussadee Tanjariyanon, HSSE Manager, received this award. The award was presented by Michael George DeSombree, the US Ambassador In Thailand, and Mr. Greg Wong, President of the American Chamber of Commerce.

About AMCHAM. The American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AMCHAM) is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization. With over 2,600 members representing over 650 American, Thai, and other international companies, AMCHAM is the leading international business association in Thailand. Member companies have cumulatively invested over U.S. $50 billion in Thailand and provided more than 200,000 local jobs. Link to AMCHAM website:

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