The “Best Coke ever” for Constant Energy after signing corporate PPAs totaling 6 MW with Coca-Cola bottler ThaiNamthip

On September 3, 2021 – Constant Energy (“Constant E”) is pleased to announce the execution of long-term Corporate PPAs with ThaiNamthip Co., Ltd. The projects are located in the Pathum Thani, Khon Kaen, and Lampang provinces, Thailand. ThaiNamthip is a bottler of The Coca-Cola Company in Thailand into which the Fortune 500 firm owns a 40% stake. Drinks such as Coca-Cola, Fanta, Sprite, and Schweppes are produced and bottled in these manufacturing plants, then sold to the Thai market.

The rooftop-based solar power plants to be built, owned, and operated for 20 years by Constant E will support ThaiNamthip and The Coca-Cola Company in reducing both CO2 emissions (over 67,000 Tons) and electricity bills. They incorporate the Enhanced Health & Safety and High-Quality features developed by Constant E and renowned HSE consultants, enabling among the highest safety levels for work at height and solar roof engineering, construction, and operation.

Franck Constant, CEO and founder of Constant E, added: We are pleased to be selected by ThaiNamthip to support their sustainability journey. The solar projects are large and to be undertaken into stringent health and safety conditions, which were a major item in their supplier selection process. As for competitiveness which is another important component, our strong buying power and get-it-done mentality of our Thailand team allow us to offer competitive power prices resulting in immediate operational savings.

Picture above: Spotlight on some of the Enhanced Health & Safety and High-Quality features by Constant E at Aisin Phase 1 project (Toyota group)

About Constant Energy

Constant Energy is a fast-growing independent renewable energy company in Southeast Asia. We develop, finance, build, own and operate large solar power plants under Corporate PPA. We produce clean electricity to our clients for the long term, enabling them to (i) reduce their CO2 emissions, (ii) reduce electricity bill, and (iii) increase profitability while they are focusing on their core business activities. In January 2020, Constant Energy raised growth capital from private investment firm Olympus Capital through its Asia Environmental Partners (“AEP”) vehicle.

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