Thailand is the second largest economy in southeast Asia after Indonesia, with a population of about 69 million and a GDP growth rate of 4.8% in the first quarter of 2018. Thailand has a natural resource base and abundant sunshine resources, with an average daily sunshine amount of about 5-6.5 kWh per square meter.In terms of photovoltaic development, it also has the longest history among asean countries. By 2017, the cumulative installed capacity has reached 2,697MW, and the current policy target is to reach 6,000MW installed capacity by 2036.
Renewable energy development in Thailand
Thailand's renewable Energy policy is based on the Thailand Integrated Energy Blueprint (TIEB).Under this framework, there are three Energy policy plans: Thailand Power Development Plan 2015-2036 (PDP), AlternativeEnergy Development Plan 2015-2036 (AEDP), Energy Efficiency Development Plan 2015-2036 (EEDP), as well as Gas Plan and Oil for Oil and natural GasTwo energy policy plans, five in total.
Of AEDP is a major policy Thailand development of renewable energy, the latest version of AEDP2015 compared with the previous edition AEDP2012 policy time from 10 to 20 years, policy shift from focus on energy prices for priority development projects for waste, biomass and biogas, solar and wind power will be pushed for a fair amount of renewable energy and gas development projects.In addition, the target of renewable energy installation is also increased from 13.7GW to 19.6GW.
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