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Businesses and factories can't operate without a stable and efficient supply of power. Reliable power at 22 or 115KV is supplied at Amata's two industrial estates in Thailand from two sources: the government of Thailand producer, the Provincial Electricity Authority of Thailand (PEA), and a small  independent producer, Amata B. Grimm Power Limited. In Vietnam 22KV of power comes from a substation of the national grid located within the park and 12.8 MW comes from the company's own power plant, Amata Power Bien Hoa.


Amata B Grimm Power Limited
Amata B.Grimm Power Limited, founded in 1995, is a joint-venture power development and holding company. Shareholding partners are B.Grimm Group (56.23%), Sumitomo Corporation (30%) and Amata Corporation PCL.(13.77%),  a formidable alliance of firms with expertise in engineering and industrial and business management.

Amata B.Grimm Power’s mission is to be a world class energy company providing highly reliable, stable, clean and competitively priced electricity to the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) under the Small Power Producer program. In addition the company is supplying steam and related services to customers at the Amata Nakorn and Amata City  Industrial Estates and other areas as well. 

The company operates three gas-fired combined cycle co-generation power plants at the Amata Nakorn Industrial Estate. The power produced is supplied to EGAT under the Small Power Producer (SPP) program with excess supplies, including 30 ton/hour of steam, being sold to companies at the industrial park.;

Amata B.Grimm Power (Rayong) 1 Limited and Amata B.Grimm Power (Rayong) 2 Limited operate two new 120 MW combined cycle co-generation power plants at the Amata City Industrial Estate. Each plant supplies 90 MW of electricity to EGAT under a 25 year SPP program. The remaining capacity for each plant, including 30 ton/hour of steam, is sold to industrial users in the Amata City Industrial Estate.