Thailand Power Development Plan 2015

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Thailand Power Development Plan; PDP 2015

PDP was established to ensure national power system reliability including electrical generation system, electrical transport system, and local electrical distribution system; in which the capital of electricity consumption shall be in the reasonable prize. The environment impact shall be emission of CO2 not more than planned by PDP and promote energy consumption from sustainable alternative source.

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Energy Efficiency Plan; EEP 2015

Aims of EEP 2015 are as follows;

  • Reduce Energy Intensity (EI) by 30 percent in 2036 comparing to the level in 2010.
  • Aware of APEC intention as having target to reduce EI by 45 percent in 2035 comparing to the level in 2005, by highlight on the part that Thailand could support.
  • Aware of UNFCCC intention from COP20 which Thailand offered NAMAs target in 2020 as to reduce Greenhouse Gas from transportation and energy sectors by 7-20 percent comparing to the year of 2005 under ambient situation (in case of other nations’ support excluded)

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Alternative Energy Development Plan: AEDP 2015

Continual development of alternative energy is increasing as a result of alternative energy consumption promotion policy; by using electricity, heat, and biofuel as means of consumption. In 2014, Thailand has total energy consumption as 9,025 kilo-ton of crude oil (ktoe) which increased from last year as 9.6 percent or 11.9 percent of final energy consumption.

Ministry of Energy determine strategies to promote alternative energy development in 2015 – 2036 as follows.

  • Strategy 1 Preparation of raw material and technology of alternative energy
  • Strategy 2 Productivity, consumption, and alternative energy market improvement
  • Strategy 3 Building conscious and knowledge accessibility of the alternative energy fact

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Internal link: Ministry of Energy

Categories: Climate Change,Climate Change Policies,Thailand’s Policies

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