Renewables scheme targets new firms

The Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) is encouraging companies not selected for power projects under its 5.2-gigawatt renewables scheme to participate in the second phase after the general election. In the first phase, 175 companies were selected by the ERC. They include B.Grimm Power Plc, which announced ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Building Energy Efficiency To Employ ASEAN People

The world has been struggling with the COVID-19 outbreak which has already damaged the global economy, and ASEAN is not an exception. The magnitude of the economic impact is hard to predict and depends largely on the effectiveness of pandemic containment efforts. The International Monetary Fund ...

ASEAN targets higher renewable energy utilisation

Energy Ministers of ASEAN gathered in Bangkok for meetings to better utilise the region’s energy as well as make ways to greater promote renewable and clean energy production.Keep watching ...

Thailand in need of 'Energy 4.0’

The transformative potential enabled by the intersection of clean energy technologies and the interconnected digital economy offers an ideal platform for powering “Thailand 4.0”. Adopted by the Thai government in 2016, Thailand 4.0 is a model for growth that aims to transform Thailand into a high-income country, ...

Pradeep Tharakan

Phuket signs clean-energy deal

Banpu Infinergy Company Limited, a provider of solar energy solutions with advanced technologies and a subsidiary of Banpu Plc, an integrated energy company in Asia-Pacific, and Phuket City Development, a social enterprise established by entrepreneurs, have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly implement the ...

The Nation Reporter

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

Rainbow Warrior brings clean energy campaign to Thailand

The Rainbow Warrior, Greenpeace’s most iconic ship, is sailing to the Gulf of Thailand and will anchor near Songkhla’s most popular beach, Samila Beach, for five days, from May 16-20. Many activities will be arranged to accentuate the mission of the ship’s first visit to ...

Patcharawalai Sanyanusin

Action plan aims for clean, cheap energy for parks

An action plan to develop cheaper and environmentally friendly power supply for national parks nationwide is being drafted in a joint venture involving the Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) and King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)Keep reading ...

Pratch Rujivanarom

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