Electricity production

Renewable energy production

Dislike for clean energy

The announcement by Thailand’s Energy Ministry to consider two new fossil-fuel and highly carbon polluting power stations demonstrates an inability of the nation’s leaders to take a fresh path towards a clean, renewable energy future. At the time where major economies and even many developing nations ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Renewables players dig in on price

The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) is digging on its position that the current wholesale price for electricity is too low for small operators in renewable energy. The industry lobby sees room for an increase – from Bt2.44 per unit – to a level below that ...

The Nation Reporter

Axing of energy licences rubbished

The Waste to Energy Trade Association (WETA), a body under the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI), has denounced policymakers for curbing the development of waste-to-energy projects, saying alternative energy sources are the key to reaching the government’s goals of low emissions and energy independence.Keep reading ...

Yuthana Praiwan

Siam Cement looks to reservoirs for solar power

BANGKOK–Thailand’s Siam Cement Group has developed a solar generating system designed to float on reservoirs, which are commonly used to serve factories in the country’s predominantly flat central region. The system is aimed at companies seeking new energy sources for their operations.Keep reading ...

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