(MENAFN – Asia Times) BANGKOK – Thailand is lagging Vietnam in the race to transition from fossil fuels to clean energy in the post-Covid-19 world, where climate change is taking center stage as the next looming global crisis, and countries and companies race to become carbon-neutral.
PTT Exploration and Production Plc (PTTEP) is expediting plans to supply natural gas from sources other than the Erawan block after losing hope it can access the area because of a legal dispute involving US-based Chevron Corp, says a source at PTTEP who requested anonymity.
Since last year, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has triggered widespread impact on Thai society and economy. Related agencies including public health authorities have been vigorously implementing measures to curb the pandemic. Joining forces with these efforts, Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production, Ltd. has made a series of contributions to support frontline medical staff and related […]
Impact Solar Limited, a Thailand-based clean energy company, is developing the largest private microgrid in Thailand, which will be located at Saha Industrial Park in Sri Racha on the country’s south coast.
Ratch Group Plc, Thailand’s largest private power generation firm by capacity, has stressed its recent acquisition of 2,045-megawatt (MW) coal-fired thermal power plants from PT Paiton Energy (PE) in Indonesia was appropriate given the scarcity of power generation assets for sale in the market.
In a major move towards creating a clean-energy city and restarting the economy with electric vehicles (EV), Bang Sue Origin Power Station and Chatuchak Substation officially commenced operation on 21 June 2021.
B.Grimm Power Public Company Limited (BGRIM), Thailand’s leading industrial power producer, has formed collaboration with German engineering firm, Siemens Energy to upgrade its ten co-generation power plants.
Global Power Synergy, the power unit of Thailand’s state-owned oil and gas group PTT, will invest 20 billion baht equivalent to USD 635 million, in renewable energy assets across Asia including India and China.
Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA), led by Chumpot Himacharoen, Corporate Communications Director, has revealed that according to a report conducted by Hydro-Informatics Institute (HII), low rainfall during May and June made this period even hotter than usual.
Great Wall Motors starts selling Haval H6 hybrid electric vehicles in Thailand in overseas expansion drive
Great Wall Motors, China’s largest maker of SUVs, plans to deliver its first locally-built Haval H6s in Thailand later this month, marking another milestone in its global expansion drive.