Singapore – 2 August 2017 – Conergy Asia & ME Pte. Ltd. and its subsidiaries (“Conergy” or the “Company”) announced today that certain funds managed by Tennenbaum Capital Partners, LLC (“TCP”) and Goldman Sachs BDC, Inc. (“GSBD”), a business development company managed by Goldman Sachs Asset Management (“GSAM”) have signed a definitive agreement that acquired the Company from Kawa Solar Holdings. The transaction was closed yesterday.

Bangkok, 9 February 2017 — Global solar downstream company Conergy and Blue Solar Co., Ltd, a local solar power firm, announce the completion this past December of a new 5 MWp solar power plant in Samut Sakhon, Thailand. To date, Conergy has supported the development of more than a dozen solar farms in Thailand. 

Conergy to Complete 400 MW in Southeast Asia by Q1 2016

MIAMI, FLORIDA — OCTOBER 15, 2015 — Today, Conergy announces 231 MW of new solar project contracts signed in Southeast Asia, bringing the company to a total of 400 MW and making Conergy a clear market leader in the region. In total, the projects will power hundreds of thousands of homes and offset the Southeast Asia carbon footprint by hundreds of thousands of tons per year, equivalent to taking tens of thousands of cars off the road.

8MWP solar power plant in Sa Kaeo province set for December 2015 launch

Bangkok, Thailand, 3 September 2015 – Global solar power experts Conergy have signed a new contract with B.Grimm Power Limited, one of Thailand’s foremost energy producers, to construct a solar power plant with an 8MWp capacity in Sa Kaeo province in support of the government’s mission to have 20 percent of the country’s energy needs supplied by renewable sources by 2036.

New plants to reduce CO2 by nearly 17,000 tons per year

Bangkok — August 13, 2015 — Conergy, one of the leading international solar energy service providers in Thailand, and ATC Enviro Co. Ltd., a member of the Symbior Solar group, a leading Asian solar PV developer, today announced plans to build three new solar power plants in Thailand representing a total capacity of 19MWp.