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Thailand's Industrial
Thailand’s industrial expansion has unfortunately created a substantial increase in energy pollution which in turn has caused damage to the environment.

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The Future of Asean's Energy Journey

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has the aspirational target of securing 23%...

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Thailand the central hub of Asean’s Energy
With a strong and precise energy policy Thailand has become the regional center for educational visits and models on Renewable Energy policies. 
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The Road to Electric Vehicles Follows EGAT

Research and development of electric vehicles began with the reality of major traffic jams that now occur in Bangkok on a daily basis causing time-consuming traffic problems and serious pollution that affects public health.

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ENERGY AND GREENHOUSE GAS MITIGATION
Currently, we are facing with “Global Warming” and “Climate Change”. By definition, Global Warming is “the progressive gradual rise of the earth’s surface temperature thought to be caused by the greenhouse effect and responsible for changes in global climate patterns” (UNFCCC, 2015) and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission is a major cause of the greenhouse effect. 
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Biomass - Future Sustainable Energy
In recent years, countries around the world have been encouraged to use Sustainable Energy which at the 70th session of UNGA (United Nations General Assembly) on September 25, 2015 at New York (USA) has approved the Agenda for 2030 Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
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Clean & Sustainably Mean!
With the recent Paris Climate Change Agreement is meant to signal the beginning of the end of more than 100 years of fossil fuels serving as the primary engine of economic growth and shows that governments from around the world take climate change seriously. 
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Smart & Sustainable
Improvements in energy efficiency is smart business - an imperative for the global community. Thailand is well positioned to capitalize on its considerable technical potential for energy efficiency savings.
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Green Energy for Great Business
Thailand is heavily dependent on imported energy sources (notably oil, gas, and electricity). To reduce this dependency and lower Thailand’s emission of greenhouse gases, the national energy policy has the underlying objective of an “Energy Sufficiency Society” and “Green Growth”.
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ASEAN'S Energy Prospects
As countries in ASEAN grow larger, energy consumers and global energy markets their will increasingly face new challenges to ensure that energy supplies are affordable.
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