GULF and AIS have united to offer access to energy and digital technology through the’ Gulf x AIS Solar Synergy A Spark of Green Energy Network’ design. This action aims to reduce inequality, produce educational openings, and enhance healthcare services. It also focuses on fostering the growth of the community frugality and perfecting the quality of life for Thai people in remote areas. The design includes the installation of solar panels to give clean energy from sun. also, communication systems will be set up using mobile phone base stations to connect remote areas. The first perpetration will be carried out in Ban Dokmai Sod, a vill in Mae Usu, Tha Song Yang District, Tak Province, with plans to expand to other regions.
Tanon Tantisunthorn, Chief structure and Logistics Business Officer of Gulf Energy Development Public Company Limited, andMs. Saichon Submakudom, Head of Public Relations and Business Relations Business Unit at AIS, concertedly stated,” The ultimate thing of GULF and AIS is to work the business capabilities of each company to elevate the quality of life for the Thai people, promoting equivalency and inclusivity. We’re committed to supporting the government’s charge to ameliorate the quality of life for the public. This collaboration is driven by the community of knowledge and moxie from GULF, specializing in ultramodern renewable energy development, and AIS, an expert in communication and digital technology. Together, we aim to give energy and communication structure, similar as electricity and mobile phone signals, to Thai people in areas where introductory public serviceability are hard to pierce.”
GULF will deliver solar power systems to colorful communities grounded on their specific requirements and challenges. This includes addressing healthcare issues, similar as complaint forestallment and treatment, as well as furnishing electricity for educational purposes, lighting, water filtration systems, and water pumping system for agrarian and domestic use. The action also involves conducting introductory knowledge about clean energy, conservation of solar panels, and environmental conservation.
On the other hand, AIS will apply a telecommunication system powered by solar energy to enable communities to efficiently use communication services. This action will grease learning through colorful online knowledge sources and round it with access to health discussion systems similar as’ Telemedicine’. also, it’ll be employed for promoting tourism and community products through online networks, therefore helping to produce job openings for original residers. The first airman design has been launched in Ban Dokmai Sod, Mae Usu, Tha Song Yang District, Tak Province. This mountainous vill, lacking in electricity, has a population of about 700 people across 160 homes. utmost residers are growers, primarily cultivating sludge.
Although Ban Dokmai Sod is only 40 kilometers down from the Tha Song Yang quarter center, the trip is challenging due to the rough dirt roads and winding mountain paths. It takes over three hours to travel into the area. Especially during the stormy season, the routes come nearly entirely cut off from the outside world. Accordingly, the original residers can not pierce public serviceability and colorful communication systems, including immediate medical care in case of extremities. thus, we’ve chosen this position as a airman area before continuously expanding the action to other regions across every part of the country.
” Because both associations fete that electricity and communication systems are essential public serviceability, it’s pivotal that people in every area have equal and wide access. This belief serves as the alleviation for all workers who wholeheartedly support this charge under their separate places and liabilities. The design is also supposed in line with sustainable development programs arising from the operation of renewable energy and the development of digital service structure, able of generating benefits across the profitable, social, and environmental aspects. ”Mr. Tanon andMs. Saichon reiterated.