Following such measures, the meeting is expected to last no longer than 1.5 hours; and participants are capped at 100 people. All participants are to be seated in accordance with social distancing guidelines and are required to wear a mask at all times. Moreover, there will not be any extra chairs and participants will be asked not to stand at any time during the meeting. Any questions or inquiries will be taken only in a written format as the use of microphones is prohibited. Participants will be asked to only inquire about issues on the agenda in order to maintain the meeting duration protocol. Since the room capacity is limited to only 100 participants, shareholders who are unable to attend the meeting may authorize independent directors as proxies to act on their behalf regarding voting and inquiry. For those proxies who are not authorized to attend the meeting, they can send their questions to the company’s staff.
The company will also set up screening booths, where participants will be asked to register through the “Thai Chana”platform both before and after entering the venue as well as having their temperature checked. Those who pass the screening will receive a sticker, which is required to be visible the whole time they are in the venue. The company reserves the rights to refuse entry to any individuals with potential symptoms indicative of COVID-19 such as fever (body temperature above 37.5 degree Celsius), cough, sore throat, runny nose, and short of breath.
Additionally, the company will sanitize and clean all surface areas of the venue a day prior to the meeting as well as preparing hand soaps, alcohol gels, and other sanitizers in several locations throughout the venue; especially in crowded areas. These safety measures will be strictly applied
to all individuals including our directors and staff attending the meeting because CKPower takes priority in public hygiene and safety of our shareholders and staff.
CK Power Public Company Limited (CKPower or CKP) engages in production and sales of electricity generated from three types of energy. The Company owns in 13 power plants with the total installed capacity of 2,167 MW, consisting of two hydroelectric power plants, namely the Nam Ngum 2 Hydroelectric Power Plant with 615 MW installed capacity, operated by Nam Ngum 2 Power Company Limited (46% owned by CKP through its shareholding in SouthEast Asia Energy Limited) and the Xayaburi Hydroelectric Power Plant with 1,285 MW installed capacity, operated by Xayaburi Power Company Limited (37.5% owned); two cogeneration power plants, operated by Bangpa-in Cogeneration Limited (65% owned); and nine solar power plants, 7 of which are under Bangkhenchai Company Limited (100% owned) with total installed capacity of 15 MW, one solar power plant with 8 MW installed capacity under Chiangrai Solar Company Limited (30% owned) and one solar power plant with 6 MW installed capacity under Nakhon Ratchasima Solar Company Limited (30% owned).