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Thailand to dwell on energy transition in Asia focusing on solar and storage

Thailand is all set to dwell on energy transition in Asia as the government is hosting a forum of policymakers focused on solar and storage.

The forum will be hosted by the Ministry of Energy of Thailand, the Ministry of Transport of Thailand, the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation, the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society of Thailand in collaboration with GAT International.

It comes at a time when Thailand has set a goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050 and net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2065.

To be noted, SETA (Sustainable Energy Technology Asia) is a renowned platform in Asia and in Thailand.

According to the authorities, the ministries in ASEAN countries such as Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Laos will participate in the forum. It has been informed that the “event anticipates data exchange and presentations by international experts from the public and private sectors on various topics, including carbon reduction policies, carbon trading opportunities and challenges, long-term carbon trade relationships, carbon capture and utilization strategies, and ASEAN network integration for sustainable carbon and future energy directions.”

The discourse will be focused on solar energy and energy storage businesses, as they have rapidly grown in recent years.

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