Renewable Energy is the way forward

Bangchak Petroleum Plc and Du Pont Apollo Ltd recently demonstrated their commitment to solar power by supporting new programs designed to reduce dependency on imported energy. The programs will save companies and individual consumers money and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and global warming.

Bangchak has backed renewable energy projects such as a 38 megawatt solar farm in Ayuthaya’s Bang Pa-in district, with two more sites being developed for a combined capacity of 80 MW. The green design can be used for single houses, shops, hotels and condos using 2-3 kilowatt solar cells. DuPont Apollo, a wholly owned subsidiary of DuPont, announced it has signed new contracts to supply Thailand with a total of 22.75 megawatts of power generated by silicon-based thin-film photovoltaic solar modules. The modules will be used for utility solar projects in Chaiyaphum and Saraburi Provinces which are owned by Smart Green Energy and Infinite Green… further contributing to Renewable Energy development in Thailand.

RENEWABLE ENERGY ASIA 2013 … never more important, never better!

As the world’s population climbs toward 8 billion and emerging nations demand more electricity as living standard rise, the need for renewable energy is greater than ever. The price of oil is inherently unstable and reserves of fossil fuel are limited, so Solar energy remains one of the best options for sustainable economic growth. That is why RENEWABLE ENERGY ASIA 2013 is such an important event.

The 2013 show will feature a special International Conference – “New Opportunities In the ASEAN Community Focusing on Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency

It will be held on 5 June and run in conjunction with Renewable Energy ASIA 2013 in Bangkok. Keynote speakers will include; Prof Martin
A.Green,ARC Photovoltaics Centre of Excellence,University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Dr R.K. Pachauri Director General, The Energy & Resources Institute; Mr AmitBando,Exec Director International Partnership For Energy Efficiency, Paris. And Dr Pongvipa Lohsomboon, Dir. General of Carbon Marketing Office, Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization.

The Plenary Session will be on Policies & Investment Opportunities in Asean countries along with four other unique sessions that will run until 5 pm. Featured speakers will be from Europe, Australia and Asia and include the show co-organizer, JGSEE.


It’s never too early, and better to be sure than sorry.Now is the time for ASEAN countries to develop renewable energy sources - ahead of the upcoming Asean Economic Community that will place even greater demands on power needs.

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5-8 June

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