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VIP's Speak Out
  • The Ministry of Energy has been supported this event for a long time. It is being used as a stage to project the Government’s renewable energy policy and provide linkage with the private sector as an investment opportunity. The Thai energy sector will develop and share its knowledge with neighboring countries. Currently, Thailand’s energy development is considered to be one of the best of all the countries in Asia.

    Dr. Twarath Sutabutr, Sc.D., The Director-General of Energy, Thailand
  • Fossil energy is dwindling and the day is coming when it will no longer be available. Natural gas will be available for less than 40 years. Both energies have contributed to greenhouse gas emissions that have negative impacted to environment. Thailand has a geographical advantage in its favor regarding the production of renewable energy- it is located ain a humid tropical zone with sun and wind energy readily available.

    Asso. Prof. Dr. Sirintornthep Towprayoon, The Director of The Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment ( JGSEE)
  • The Chamber has 80,000 registered members, mostly SMEs who are not particularly interested in saving energy and renewable energy. This is why the Chamber is developing a campaign to promote environmental awareness which will benefit our members and the society in the future. This is being done by asking major members to help and share experience with small enterprises so they can achieve saving on power usage environment issue and develop community awareness of the energy challenge.

    Mr. Sanan Angubolkul, The Vice Chairman of Thai Chamber of Commerce
  • The development of Energy by the government continues to be strong. Even when the price of oil is low, the development of renewable energy continues at a steady pace, fortunately the Thai Energy sector is diverse with technologies that play a major role. Active sectors include the agriculture industry which covers sugarcane, palm oil along with wind and solar power that is capable of turning waste into energy.

    Mr. Suwat Kamolpannus, The Chairman of Renewable Energy Industry Club, The Federation of Thai Industries
  • The Department of Industrial Works has partnered with UBM Asia (Thailand) Ltd. in jointly organizing activities during exhibition that promote and enhance knowledge designed to improve product quality and business knowledge. Their combination also strengthens their commitment to the environment. Last show, we co-organized a special Seminar with activities that provided knowledge on the topic of legal control of waste disposal, environmental management, industrial wastes, eco-industrial towns, safety and risk management. The Seminar was a major success and attended by over 2,500 business owners and entrepreneurs from diverse industries.

    Mr. Mongkol Pruekwatana, the Director of Department of Industrial Works, Ministry of Industry
  • The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) collaborated for the first time with UBM Asia (Thailand) at this last edition of ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week. Activities included the presentation of product development re innovative products from our engineers and disseminated knowledge on alternative clean energy technology to replace coal with energy saving label No. 5. Also addressed were research findings through NSTDA on ‘Modified Electric Vehicle. This was covered by a team of research engineers on electric car charging Stations to support the development of such EV vehicles. This is in line with the government's plans to reform the structure of Thai Energy to visualize and create better value for business and society - the key to sustainable development.

    Mr. Saharath Boonpotipukdee, Deputy Governor-Corporate Social Responsibility, the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)
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