Thailand has a total land area of 513,120 km2, sharing the border with Cambodia, Lao PDR, Malaysia and Myanmar. With a population of 69.4 million people in 2018, the country has a GDP (PPP constant price 2011) of USD 1.1 trillion as the second largest GDP in Southeast Asia after Indonesia [1]. Thailand has provided electricity access to all citizens. The electricity tariff in Thailand is around 0.11 USD/kWh and consumed in the average of 2,779 kWh per capita.

As of 2018, 68% of primary energy comes from oil and natural gas, 10% comes from coal and 15.6% comes from Renewable Energy. is the dominant renewable energy source in Thailand with 21 TWh generated in 2018 (equal to about 60.5% of all renewable generation in Thailand), followed by Hydro (22.3%) and Solar (12.7%). Thailand has the largest Biomass, Biogas and Wind installed Capacity in the region in 2018 [2].

[1] National account with conversion value of WDI

[2] Country official data