Mr. Phinit Bunsopha, Director of Phitsanulok Polytechnic College, said that "the college would like to thank Hino for supporting us with the equipment and the solar cell system. The significance of this energy is acknowledged by the college. Previously, the college paid this system by themselves. That is costly and can only generate electricity for an office block, now we get more installed from Hino. It was very generous to us, and the college is very grateful to the company. In addition to saving the college almost 3,000 baht a month on additional costs, the solar cell system's energy can generate up to 750 units of electricity, which can be utilized at the equipment building and canteen. Additionally, solar cell system equipment is taught to students pursuing a career in electrical technician. In terms of sustainable energy, this can help them learn more about the system and acquire information that will aid society in the future.
Henceforth, Hino intends to carry on with its efforts to provide clean energy in the form of solar cells to different communities in Thailand. This will help to improve the ecosystem of the area and create a green society that uses clean or alternative energy. By lowering greenhouse gas emissions and promoting a sustainable environment, this also aids in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs.
For the Hino We Care project, Hino aims to cover environmental care along with social development to achieve our goals for sustainable development and make the world a better place. The Hino We Care project to continuously delight Thai society and to ensure the protection of the planet for future generations and environment as long as possible. For more information, activities and latest updates, please visit www.hinothailand.com, Facebook: Hino Thailand Fan Club, Line: @hinoth, YouTube: Hino Thailand Official, and TikTok: @hinoth