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Renewables get a lift in Thailand

We believe that Thailand will experience robust growth in non-hydroelectric renewable energy, in line with its declaration at the COP26 climate talks of a goal to become carbon neutral by 2050.

A credit to the community

With carbon credit trading getting off the ground in Thailand, the community responsible for Ban Ton Phueng community forest in Tambon Mae Pong, Chiang Mai province, is hoping its efforts to manage carbon emissions will help generate income.

BAFS plans foray into electric truck venture

SET-listed Bangkok Aviation Fuel Services Plc (BAFS) plans to venture into the production of electric trucks for jet refuelling service as part of attempts to depend less on its core business revenue.

WP expects LPG sales to increase 9.2% this year

SET-listed WP Energy, Thailand’s second-largest liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) trader, expects its 2022 sales to grow by 9.2% to 765,000 tonnes, increasing from a low baseline as the country’s economy reopens, says deputy chief executive Noppavong Omathikul.

Use of EVs in commercial setting vital

The government is being urged to promote commercial electric vehicles (EVs), especially in mass transit and the transport of goods, as part of its efforts to grow the EV ecosystem amid growing concerns over carbon dioxide emissions and PM2.5 ultra-fine dust.

Heat rising on environmental problems

When it comes to ecological and climate-change issues, pressure is intensifying for solutions. Pratch Rujivanarom recalls five significant events which grabbed headlines this year.

Fintech and EV-IoT startup GEKO joins the EV craze by acquiring SWAG EV

Singapore-based fintech and EV-IOT startup GEKO Life has announced it has acquired Singapore’s first premium EV motorcycle brand, SWAG EV.

51 electric motorbike taxis go for a test run, project by Electricity Generating Authority

Thailand’s future in transportation looks electric. Motorbikes that run off a three-kilowatt battery are being tested with hopes that the electric bikes will be used as taxis in the future.

Test run of electric motorcycle taxis

NONTHABURI: The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) on Monday started the trial run of electric motorcycle taxis.

Thai drivers like EVs, but infrastructure a deal-breaker

When it comes to owning an electric vehicle, nearly three out of four Thai motorists say the current charging infrastructure is a deal-breaker, the Bangkok Post reports. According to a new ABeam Consulting Thailand study, Thai drivers do have an appetite for EVs, with 55% of respondents believing that owning an EV is more cost-effective […]