Thailand to install 4.300 MW of renewables

According to Renewable Energy World, Thailand is on its way to install more than four gigawatts of renewable energy capacity in the very next years thanks to an innovative feed-in tariffs system dedicated to small local projects.

Solar thermal and biomass constitute the majority of projects with 1,400 MW and 2,100 MW respectively. Since the beginning of the project in 2006 850 MW have been installed.

Among the many ideas that could be replicated in other countries is a bonus for offsetting diesel-fired generation. Could it be part of UN’s Clean Development Mechanisms ?

By Edouard

Edouard is a sustainability and energy professional committed to bringing our societies to a carbon neutral future. He has been writing on related topics on this very blog since 2007.

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