Mae Krating Power Company Limited (“MKP”) generates and supplies electricity from biomass with the installed capacity of 9.90 megawatts, using bark, wood chips, and agricultural residues such as corn husks as an alternative fuel through direct trading with local farmers and affiliated companies in Phai Thon Sub-district, Rong Kwang District, Phrae Province, with an area of 38.92 Rai. MKP has a power purchase agreement from small power producer (for electricity generation from renewable energy) with the Provincial Electricity Authority with the maximum output of 8.00 megawatts. Currently, construction of the power plant and installation of machinery has been completed. Mae Krating Biomass Power Plant started supplying electricity to the system on 8 August 2019. The power plant has been generating and supplying electricity to the Provincial Electricity Authority from then until present.
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