TOTAL EREN

EREN RE is a 100% subsidiary of EREN, founded in 2012 by Pâris Mouratoglou and David Corchia, who both show a significant successful track record in the renewable energy industry. Capitalized with EUR 600 million, EREN Groupe is the first company dedicated to natural resources efficiency, investing in and promoting innovative technologies in the sectors of water, infrastructure and energy. 

The Blue Circle Thailand is partnering with EREN RE to bring a portfolio of wind power projects to completion. EREN RE will share, along with The Blue Circle, the project development costs and is positioned to invest up to USD 60 million into wind projects themselves.

 
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Siemens Gamesa

Siemens Gamesa has been supplying the wind turbines and is providing O&M services for TBC’s first wind project in Vietnam. The first 3 WTG of Dam Nai Phase 1 have been commissioned in Oct 2017, and the 12 WTG of phase 2 are planned to enter into operation in 4Q 2018

 
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Vestas Wind Systems

Vestas, the world's leading wind turbine manufacturer, and The Blue Circle signed a collaboration agreement to develop a project pipeline across Southeast Asia, with an initial focus on Thailand.

 

TSV Invest & Development

Established in 2003, TSV is Vietnamese corporation involved in several business lines such as renewable energy, real estate, construction and trading.

TSV is the partner of The Blue Circle on two of the wind projects developed by the company in Ninh Thuan Province of Vietnam, the Dam Nai wind project and Phuoc Minh wind project.

 

SCAF - SEED CAPITAL ASSISTANCE FACILITY

Funded by UKaid and the German Ministry for the Environment, SCAF is supporting The Blue Circle in project pipeline development and project development in low and lower-middle income countries in Southeast Asia

 

USAID

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), under its regional Private Financing Advisory Network-Asia programme (PFAN-Asia), supported the installation of The Blue Circle's first 100 metres met mast in Vietnam.