The Company operates its core business as a holding company, engaging in production and sales of electricity from various types of energy, both in Thailand and overseas. The Company’s core revenue as shown in the consolidated financial statements is derived from revenue from sales of electricity and steam (including electricity tariff adders) and project management income. As at December 31, 2017, the Company has the total installed capacity of 2,160 MW, comprising 875 MW of commercially operational projects and 1,285 MW of projects under construction.
The Company classifies its investments in the electricity production and distribution business into three business sectors as follows:
- Hydroelectric Power Projects: SouthEast Asia Energy Limited (“SEAN”) and Xayaburi Power Company Limited (“XPCL”);
- Cogeneration Power Project: Bangpa-in Cogeneration Limited (“BIC”);
- Solar Power Projects: Bangkhenchai Company Limited (“BKC”), Chiangrai Solar Company Limited (“CRS”), and Nakhon Ratchasima Solar Company Limited (“NRS”).