Mr. Nithi Patarachoke, President of Cement and Building Materials Business, SCG (third from left) and Mr. Abhijit Datta, Managing Director of SCG International Corporation Co. Ltd. (fourth from left) sign the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Dr. Soon Hong Choi, Chief Executive Counselor of LS ELECTRIC (third from right) and Dr. Wook-Dong Cho, Senior Vice President, Electric Power DX Biz Division of LS ELECTRIC (fourth from right).The MOU outlines a collaborative effort to implement the Energy Management System (EMS) for the Microgrid at SCG Bangsue Complex in 2023.
SCG International and LS ELECTRIC are collaborating to develop sustainable and resilient solutions for the smart grid system, with a focus on microgrid as a business. The implementation of LS ELECTRIC’s Energy Management System (EMS) will optimize the operation of the microgrid at SCG Bangsue Complex, which includes a solar carpark, energy storage, EV charging station, and building loads. Through their expertise, the two companies aim to provide a solution to reduce energy costs, and address the carbon emission crisis and sustainable future.
Mr. Nithi Patarachoke, President of Cement and Building Materials Business, SCG, says, “At SCG Cement-Building Material, we are committed to promoting environmental- friendly practices in every aspect of our operations. This collaboration will help us make a significant impact towards achieving net-zero emissions and building a more sustainable future.”
“This partnership leverages our trusted business relationships and expertise to capture the growing microgrid market. As we all aware of surging energy cost, importance of renewable energy sources and carbon emission crisis, Energy Management System is a key part of microgrid. EMS ensures optimal control of power generation facilities and load optimization, moving towards to achieve our sustainability goals.” says Mr. Abhijit Datta, Managing Director of SCG International Corporation Co. Ltd.
Dr. Soon Hong Choi, Chief Executive Counselor of LS ELECTRIC, comments “The microgrid will improve energy efficiency, reduce carbon emissions, and increase resiliency in case of power outages. The partnership will contribute to SCG’s long-term sustainability goals and potentially lead to joint microgrid business ventures in Thailand and Southeast Asia. I expressed confidence in the collaboration’s success and its ability to foster a long-lasting relationship between the two companies.”