Business Overview
Banpu Power Public Company Limited (“BPP”) was established in Thailand in December 1996.  The Company was created to become the group’s flagship company in relation to power business investments, holding all power assets in Thailand, Laos, China, and Japan. BPP’s management has a proven track record of over 20 years of experience while co-investing with prominent partners across its assets.In operating BPP’s assets, it emphasizes on meeting and exceeding the required emission standards as well as involvement within the community through corporate social responsibilities.
 
 
Year
Milestones
Megawatts- Equivalent (MWe)
1996-1999
  • Started COD of The Cogeneration Company Limited in Thailand
  • Established Tri Energy Power Plant in Thailand with a generation capacity of 700 MW
  • Established BLCP in Thailand
247
2000-2004
  • Started COD of Tri Energy Power Plant
  • Divested Tri Energy Power Plant’s assets (2003)
  • Invested in Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Public Company Limited in Thailand
  • Divested The Cogeneration Company Limited’s assets
464
2005-2006
  • Started COD of BLCP Power Limited 1st Unit
  • Invested in three Combined Heat and Power Plants (CHP) in China: Luannan, Zhengding and Zouping
654
2007-2011
  • Started COD of BLCP Power Limited 2nd Unit
  • Invested in Hongsa Power Company Limited in Lao PDR (2009)
  • Expansion of Zouping Power Plant
  • Divested Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Public Company Limited’s assets (2010)
691
2012-2015
  • Invested in solar energy power project in Japan (2014)
  • Invested in Shanxi Lu Guang Power Plant in China (2014)
  • Expansion of Zhengding (2015)
  • Started COD of Hongsa Power Company Limited 1st and 2nd Units
1,610
2016
  • Started COD of Hongsa Power Company Limited 3rd Unit
  • The solar energy power project in Japan reached a capacity of 74 MW(AC)[1]
  • Invested in solar energy power plant in China with a capacity of 90 MW[2]
1,883
2017 - 2021
  • The Shanxi Lu Guang Power Plant with a capacity of 1,320 MW, scheduled for COD (2017)
  • The Luannan Power Plant’s capacity expansion to be carried out, with expected completion by 2019
  • The Zouping Power Plant’s capacity expansion to be carried out, with expected completion by 2020
2,506
2025
  • Expansion plans for existing projects and opportunity growth
4,300

 

 
[1] Megawatts (Alternating Current)
[2] Megawatts